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CERES Plot in Generalized Linear Models
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 Title & Authors
CERES Plot in Generalized Linear Models
Kahng, Myung-Wook; Lee, Eun Jeong;
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 Abstract
We explore the structure and usefulness of CERES plot as a basic tool for dealing with curvature as a function of the new predictor in generalized linear models. If a predictor has a nonlinear effect and there are nonlinear relationships among the predictors, the partial residual plot and augmented partial residual plot are not able to display the correct functional form of the predictor. Unlike these plots, the CERES plot can show the correct form. This is illustrated by simulated data.
 Keywords
generalized linear model;CERES plot;LOWESS;
 Language
Korean
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