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Data in Medicine: Collection, Processing and Presentation Springer Netherlands
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Nowadays clinical medicine is to a great extent dependent on techniques and instrumentation. Not infrequently, instrumentation is so complicated that technical specialists are required to perform the measurements and to process the data. Interpretation of the results, however, generally has to be done by physicians. For proper interpretation of data and good com munication with technical specialists, knowledge of, among other things, principle, advantages, limitations and applicability of the used techniques is necessary. Besides, this knowledge is required for critical comparison of systems to measure a certain variable. Critical evaluation as well as com parison of techniques and instruments ought to be an essential component of medical practice. In general, basic techniques and instrumentation are not taught in medi cal schools nor during residencies. Therefore, physicians themselves have to collect practical information about principle, advantages and limitations of techniques and instruments when using them in clinical medicine. This practical information, focussed on the specific techniques used in the various disciplines, is usually difficult to obtain from handbooks and manufacturers' manuals. Hence a new series of books is started on instru mentation and techniques in clinical medicine.
Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error Wiley & Sons
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This book concerns the error in data collected using sample surveys, the nature and magnitudes of the errors, their effects on survey estimates, how to model and estimate the errors using a variety of modeling methods, and, finally, how to interpret the estimates and make use of the results in reducing the error for future surveys. The book focuses on models that are appropriate for categorical data, although there are references to the differences and special problems that arise in the analysis and modeling of error for continuous data. Though the primary modeling method that is described is latent class analysis (LCA), a wide range of related models and applications are also discussed.Combining theoretical, methodological, and practical aspects, Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error successfully guides readers through the accurate interpretation of survey results for quality evaluation and improvement. This book is a comprehensive resource on the key statistical tools and techniques employed during the modeling and estimation of classification errors, featuring a special focus on both latent class analysis (LCA) techniques and models for categorical data from complex sample surveys.§Drawing from his extensive experience in the field of survey methodology, the author examines early models for survey measurement error and identifies their similarities and differences as well as their strengths and weaknesses. Subsequent chapters treat topics related to modeling, estimating, and reducing errors in surveys, including:§Measurement error modeling forcategorical data§The Hui-Walter model and othermethods for two indicators§The EM algorithm and its role in latentclass model parameter estimation§Latent class models for three ormore indicators§Techniques for interpretation of modelparameter estimates§Advanced topics in LCA, including sparse data, boundary values, unidentifiability, and local maxima§Special considerations for analyzing datafrom clustered and unequal probability samples with nonresponse§The current state of LCA and MLCA (multilevel latent class analysis), and an insightful discussion on areas for further research§Throughout the book, more than 100 real-world examples describe the presented methods in detail, and readers are guided through the use of lEM software to replicate the presented analyses. Appendices supply a primer on categorical data analysis, and a related Web site houses the lEM software.§Extensively class-tested to ensure an accessible presentation, Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error is an excellent book for courses on measurement error and survey methodology at the graduate level. The book also serves as a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners working in business, government, and the social sciences who develop, implement, or evaluate surveys.
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