Identification of Multiple Outlying Cells in Multi-way Tables

  • Published : 2000.12.01

Abstract

An identification method is proposed in order to detect more than one outlying cells in multi-way contingency tables. The iterative proportional fitting method is applied to get expected values of several suspected outlying cells. Since the proposed method uses minimal sufficient statistics under quasi log-linear models, expected counts of outlying cells could be estimated under any hierarchical log-linear models. This method is an extension of the backwards-stepping method of Simonoff(1988) and requires les iteration to identify outlying cells.

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