By Stephen E. Fienberg
A number of organic and social technology facts are available the shape of cross-classified tables of counts, as a rule known as contingency tables. till fresh years the statistical and computational suggestions to be had for the research of cross-classified information have been really restricted. This e-book provides many of the fresh paintings at the statistical research of cross-classified facts utilizing longlinear types, specifically within the multidimensional scenario.
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