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Univariate methods for the analysis of the industrial sector in Spain

E. Morales

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- 32 Currently reading

Published
**1990**
by Banco de España, Servicio de Estudios in [Madrid]
.

Written in English

- Spain
- Industries -- Spain -- Econometric models.,
- Industrial productivity -- Spain -- Econometric models.,
- Time-series analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | E. Morales, A. Espasa, M.L. Rojo. |

Series | Documento de trabajo ;, no. 8904, Documento de trabajo (Banco de España. Servicio de Estudios) ;, no. 8904. |

Contributions | Espasa, Antoni., Rojo, M. L. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HC385 .M64513 1990 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 62 p. : |

Number of Pages | 62 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1595727M |

ISBN 10 | 8477930589 |

LC Control Number | 91128103 |

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Univariate Case, Multivariate Case, Test for Additional Information, Proﬁle Analysis, One-Sample Proﬁle Analysis, Two-Sample Proﬁle Analysis, 6. Multivariate Analysis of Variance One-Way Models, Univariate One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Michael L. Bagshaw is a statistical analysis administrator at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cl eve1 and. Working papers of the Federal Reserve Bank of (). This method is similar to that of the Box and Jenkins method for univariate models, except that cross-correlations between the series are added and modeled for. For the VAR and BVAR.

interpretation in univariate regression. I We dealt with 0 previously. I In general the coefﬁcient k (corresponding to the variable X k) can be interpreted as follows: k is the additive change in the log-odds in favour of Y = 1 when X k increases by 1 unit, while the other predictor variables remain unchanged. The analysis with simulated data shows the critical role of the TI assumption for the validity of the univariate approach, and illus-trates the potential of the multivariate approach to deal with deviations from TI (such as heteroscedasticity, autocorrelation, etc.). The illustrations use Stata software for the univariate approach and Mplus.

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Univariate methods for the analysis of the industrial sector in Spain. In this paper a univariate model with intervention analysis is specified for the Spanish Industrial Production Index to estimate the importance of Easter, trading days, public midweek holidays, trend change produced in and seasonal changes ocurring in the summer of Author: Eduardo Morales, Antoni Espasa and M.L Rojo.

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We cover concepts from univariate data analysis shown in the pictorial outline below. This section is only a review of these concepts for one single variable. If you have more than one variable, you can repeat the analysis for each one. Three types of analysis • Univariate analysis – the examination of the distribution of cases on only one variable at a time (e.g., weight of college students) • Bivariate analysis – the examination of two variables simultaneously (e.g., the relation between gender and weight of college students) • Multivariate analysis – the.

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