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Anzahl der Publikationen auf dieser Ebene: 27 .

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Boulesteix, Anne-Laure; Wilson, Rory; Hapfelmeier, Alexander (27. Oktober 2016): Towards evidence-based computational statistics: lessons from clinical research on the role and design of real-data benchmark studies. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 198 [PDF, 270kB]

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Pößnecker, Wolfgang; Tutz, Gerhard (18. Januar 2016): A General Framework for the Selection of Effect Type in Ordinal Regression. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 186 [PDF, 625kB]

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Bollmann, Stella; Hölzl, Andreas; Heene, Moritz; Küchenhoff, Helmut; Bühner, Markus (14. April 2015): Evaluation of a new k-means approach for exploratory clustering of items. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 182 [PDF, 1MB]

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Bollmann, Stella; Heene, Moritz; Küchenhoff, Helmut; Bühner, Markus (14. April 2015): What can the Real World do for simulation studies? A comparison of exploratory methods. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 181 [PDF, 1MB]

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Fuchs, Mathias; Krautenbacher, Norbert (November 2014): Minimization and estimation of the variance of prediction errors for cross-validation designs. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 173 [PDF, 468kB]

172

Tutz, Gerhard; Ramzan, Shahla (13. Oktober 2014): Improved Methods for the Imputation of Missing Data by Nearest Neighbor Methods. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 172 [PDF, 672kB]

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Tutz, Gerhard; Moritz, Berger (12. August 2014): Tree-Structured Modelling of Categorical Predictors in Regression. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 169 [PDF, 573kB]

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Schneeweiß, Hans (30. Juni 2014): The linear GMM model with singular covariance matrix due to the elimination of a nuisance parameter. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 165 [PDF, 307kB]

161

Möst, Stephanie; Pößnecker, Wolfgang; Tutz, Gerhard (28. Mai 2014): Variable Selection for Discrete Competing Risks Models. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 161 [PDF, 729kB]

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Tutz, Gerhard; Oelker, Margret-Ruth (30. Oktober 2014): Modeling Clustered Heterogeneity: Fixed Effects, Random Effects and Mixtures. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 156 [PDF, 649kB]

155

Hess, Wolfgang; Tutz, Gerhard; Gertheiss, Jan (23. Februar 2014): A Flexible Link Function for Discrete-Time Duration Models. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 155 [PDF, 626kB]

149

Kato, Mika; Mittnik, Stefan; Samaan, Daniel; Semmler, Willi (15. November 2013): Employment and Output Effects of Climate Policies. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 149 [PDF, 1MB]

146

Kalus, Stefanie; Sämann, Philipp; Czisch, Michael; Fahrmeir, Ludwig (26. Juni 2013): fMRI activation detection with EEG priors. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 146 [PDF, 1MB]

145

Tutz, Gerhard; Petry, Sebastian (21. Mai 2013): Generalized Additive Models with Unknown Link Function Including Variable Selection. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 145 [PDF, 2MB]

144

Unkel, Steffen; Gower, John C.; Trendafilov, Nickolay T. (10. Mai 2013): On the Procrustean analogue of individual differences scaling (INDSCAL). Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 144 [PDF, 933kB]

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Jelizarow, Monika; Cieza, Alarcos; Mansmann, Ulrich (17. April 2013): Global permutation tests for multivariate ordinal data: alternatives, test statistics, and the null dilemma. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 142 [PDF, 727kB]

137

Hapfelmeier, Alexander; Ulm, Kurt (15. Januar 2013): Variable selection with Random Forests for missing data. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 137 [PDF, 563kB]

131

Walter, Gero (4. Oktober 2012): A Technical Note on the Dirichlet-Multinomial Model. The Dirichlet Distribution as the Canonically Constructed Conjugate Prior. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 131 [PDF, 432kB]

126

Tutz, Gerhard; Pößnecker, Wolfgang; Uhlmann, Lorenz (21. Juni 2012): Variable Selection in General Multinomial Logit Models. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 126 [PDF, 567kB]

125

Scheipl, Fabian; Greven, Sonja (11. Juni 2015): Identifiability in penalized function-on-function regression models. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 125 [PDF, 825kB]

123

Heinzl, Felix; Tutz, Gerhard (12. Juni 2012): Clustering in linear mixed models with a group fused lasso penalty. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 123 [PDF, 606kB]

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Gertheiss, Jan; Tutz, Gerhard (2010): Regularization and Model Selection with Categorial Effect Modifiers. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 73 Statistica Sinica (to appear) [PDF, 2MB]

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Hofner, Benjamin; Hothorn, Torsten; Kneib, Thomas; Schmid, Matthias (10. Dezember 2009): A Framework for Unbiased Model Selection Based on Boosting. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 72 [PDF, 914kB]

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Scharl, Theresa; Grün, Bettina; Leisch, Friedrich (2009): Mixtures of Regression Models for Time-Course Gene Expression Data: Evaluation of Initialization and Random Effects. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 71 [PDF, 735kB]

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Scharl, Theresa; Voglhuber, Ingo; Leisch, Friedrich (2009): Exploratory and Inferential Analysis of Gene Cluster Neighborhood Graphs. Department of Statistics: Technical Reports, Nr. 70 [PDF, 1MB]

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Herberich, Esther; Sikorski, Johannes; Hothorn, Torsten (29. März 2010): A robust procedure for comparing multiple means under heteroscedasticity in unbalanced designs.
In: PloS one 5(3), e9788 [PDF, 575kB]

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Biller, Clemens; Fahrmeir, Ludwig (2001): Bayesian varying-coefficient models using adaptive regression splines. In: Statistical Modelling, Vol. 1, Nr. 3: S. 195-211 [PDF, 292kB]

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