By Ronald Christensen
This is the second one version of Linear versions for Multivariate, Time sequence and Spatial info. It has a brand new identify to point that it comprises a lot new fabric. the first adjustments are the addition of 2 new chapters: one on nonparametric regression and one on reaction floor maximization. As sooner than, the displays concentrate on the linear version features of the topic. for instance, within the nonparametric regression bankruptcy there's little or no approximately kernal regression estimation yet quite a lot approximately sequence approxi mations, splines, and regression bushes, all of which are considered as linear modeling. the recent variation additionally comprises a number of smaller alterations. Of specific observe are a subsection in bankruptcy 1 on modeling longitudinal (repeated measures) information and a bit in bankruptcy 6 on covariance buildings for spatial lattice information. i need to thank Dale Zimmerman for the advice of incor porating fabric on spatial lattices. one other swap is that the topic index is now completely alphabetical.
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The treatments are the two drugs and the placebo. The multivariate model can be written as I Yij where i I = 1-Li + E:ij• I = 1, 2, 3 and j = 1, 2, ... , 10. 9 ~iY3· = [Y2. 3] . 00 . 00 l In general, a weighted average of these gives S. 84 . 0 . 000 . 61). The reason for treating these data as a multivariate one-way ANOVA was our initial claim that the observations made on an individual are correlated. This certainly seems to be borne out by the large off-diagonal elements of the correlation matrix.
Heart rate profiles. l~-. li'2 = ... llq - Jliq for i = 2, ... , a. li3) = 0, ... liq) = 0 fori= 2, ... ,a. With A~B illustrated earlier, it is not difficult to see that the profiles are parallel if and only if A~BAq = 0. The test of parallel profiles is Ho: A~BAq = 0 versus 42 1. = (A~BAq)'[A~(X'x)- 1 Aat 1 (A~BAq). Recall that X' X is Diag(n1, ... = A~EAq. To test whether the average levels of the curves are the same, we need the average level for each curve. For the ith curve, the average level is ili· = ~ :E~=l JLih· The hypothesis ill· = ·· · = ila· can be written as ill·- il2· = 0, ill·- il3· = 0, ...
The test for equality of the average levels, H 0 : A~BJ4 = 0, can be performed by doing a univariate one-way ANOVA on the dependent variable constructed by adding together the four time variables. The test corresponds to testing for drug main effects in the split plot model. The ANOVA table is as follows. 25 The F test is highly significant, thus indicating that the drugs affect the average level of the curves. In other words, averaging over times, there are differences in the drugs. Note that this is precisely the split plot model test for Drug main effects.
Advanced Linear Modeling: Multivariate, Time Series, and Spatial Data; Nonparametric Regression and Response Surface Maximization by Ronald Christensen