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Dynamic Residual Plots for Linear Combinations of Explanatory Variables
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 Title & Authors
Dynamic Residual Plots for Linear Combinations of Explanatory Variables
Son, Seo-Han;
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 Abstract
This article concerns dynamic graphical methods for visualizing a curvature in regression problem in which some predictors enter nonlinearly. A sequence of augmented partial residual plot or partial residual plot updated by the change of linear combination of two predictors are constructed. Examples demonstrate that the suggested methods can be used to reduce the dimension of explanatory variables as well as to capture a curvature.
 Keywords
Augmented partial residual plots;CERES plots;Dimension reduction;Dynamic graphics;Partial residual plots;SIR;
 Language
English
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 References
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