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Sampling Schemes and the Selection of Log-Linear Models for Longitudinal Data

Author:
Von Eye, A.   Schuster, C.   Kreppner, K.  


Journal:
Journal of Adolescent Research


Issue Date:
2001


Abstract(summary):

Because the selection of a sampling scheme can have strong effects on the admissibility of log-linear models, the authors discuss these effects for the multinomial and the product multinomial sampling schemes for prospective and retrospective sampling. In multinomial sampling, marginal frequencies are not fixed a priori. In product multinomial sampling, uni- or multidimensional marginal frequencies are considered fixed. Therefore, models must fit these marginal frequencies exactly. A data example illustrates model selection using data from a project of family development.


Page:
221-234


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