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What is the best test to run to compare presence/absence of something between sampling locations?

I see two possibilities: A separate logistical regression per pathogen, with site as a predictor. A large model with both pathogen and site as predictors. In this case, you should account for the ...
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Test whether my new method's type I error rate correctly matches chosen alpha

Empirical validation of null-rejection methods tldr: in null-rejection testing, the empirical rate is typically different than the nominal rate (due to approximations), but it only matters if it is ...
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Test whether my new method's type I error rate correctly matches chosen alpha

This is not an answer about statistical methods, but only to point out that it is common practice in the literature to not actually test whether a rejection rate is significantly different than the ...
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Expectation of binomial random variable

It seems that what must have been meant was $$ X\mid N \sim \operatorname{Binomial}(N,p) $$ and $\mu=\operatorname E(N).$ In that case you have $\operatorname E(X\mid N) = Np$ and then $$ \...
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Regression strategies for predicting a binomially distributed, count outcome: Poisson, Negative Binomial, and Logistic Models with Offsets

Your logistic method 2 would result in an estimated probability for an egg to produce a chicken. But you should glmer instead of glm to model the random hen effect: ...
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I would like some insight into what I have been working on here

Summarizing comments into an answer: When a potential customer opens the door and allows the salesperson into the house, then the salesperson must take the time to make the sales pitch. If the pitch ...
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Number of successes for correlated Bernoulli variables

I wrote the long answer first, then realized you are after a book. Will keep the answer just in case. Books. I liked this one: Christian H. Weiss An Introduction to Discrete-Valued Time Series You ...
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