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A good thorough review of bootstrap theory and applications is Davison and Hinkley, 1997. It's more up to date than your reference, goes a bit more gently, and has a lot of example (some of them in R …
answered Mar 23 '12 by conjugateprior
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Try Morgan and Winship (2007) for a social science take or Hernan and Robins (forthcoming) for an epidemiological take. Although still in progress, this looks like it's going to be very good. Morgan …
answered Dec 16 '12 by conjugateprior
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This is only true when $T$ is a sufficient statistic. Sufficiency implies that knowing the value of the statistic provides just as much information as having the original data points, given some as …
answered Mar 13 '15 by conjugateprior
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Don't forget to check for interactions between X and other independent variables. Leaving interactions unmodeled can make X look like it has a non-linear effect when it simply has a non-additive one. …
answered Oct 29 '10 by conjugateprior