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Simon P. Blomberg, James G. Lefevre, Jessie A. We prove that the slope parameter of the ordinary least squares regression of phylogenetically independent contrasts PICs conducted through the origin is identical to the slope parameter of the method of generalized least squares GLSs regression under a Brownian motion model of evolution. This equivalence has several implications: 1.

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Received for publication January 7, ; accepted for publication August 7, The generalized estimating equations GEE 1, 2 method, an extension of the quasi-likelihood approach 3 , is being increasingly used to analyze longitudinal 4 and other 5 correlated data, especially when they are binary or in the form of counts. We are aware of only two articles which try to make the GEE approach more accessible to nonstatisticians. One focuses on software 6. The other, an excellent expository article 5…. In statistics, the generalized linear model is a flexible generalization of ordinary linear regression that allows for response variables that have error distribution models other than a normal distribution. The GLM generalizes linear regression by allowing the linear model to be related to the response variable via a link function and by allowing the magnitude of the variance of each measurement to be a function of its predicted value.

Ordinary least squares is a technique for estimating unknown parameters in a linear regression model. Yonas Yohannes. Feb 14, It is quantitative. Explanation: Ordinary least squares is a technique for estimating unknown parameters in a linear regression model. Related questions What is meant by the term "least squares" in linear regression?

The paper uses full sample, subsample and simulated modified sample analyses to compare the statistical power of the GLS methodology with traditional methods. The power of the former is poor. There are many published event studies where the null is not rejected. This may be because of the phenomenon being tested but it may also be because of the lack of power of traditional estimators. Moreover, as individual stocks have become more volatile, the additional power of the authors' methodology to detect abnormal performance for recent and future events becomes even more important. GLS contemporaneous modeling of covariances in the former showed little efficiency gains. The paper's GLS modeling of variances for the latter demonstrates potentially huge effects.

Simon P. Blomberg, James G. Lefevre, Jessie A. We prove that the slope parameter of the ordinary least squares regression of phylogenetically independent contrasts PICs conducted through the origin is identical to the slope parameter of the method of generalized least squares GLSs regression under a Brownian motion model of evolution. This equivalence has several implications: 1. Understanding the structure of the linear model for GLS regression provides insight into when and why phylogeny is important in comparative studies. In particular, phylogenetic covariance applies only to the response variable in the regression and the explanatory variable should be regarded as fixed.

Regression analysis is often used to estimate a linear relationship between security abnormal returns and firm-specific variables. If the abnormal returns are caused by a common event i. The size and power of alternative test statistics for the event clustering case has been evaluated under ideal conditions Monte Carlo experiments using normally distributed synthetic security returns by Chandra and Balachandran J Finance —, and Karafiath J Financ Quant Anal 29 2 —, Harrington and Shrider J Financ Quant Anal 42 1 —, evaluate cross-sectional regressions using actual not simulated stock returns only for the case of cross-sectional independence, i.

Show all documents Decomposing socioeconomic inequality for binary health outcomes: an improved estimation that does not vary by choice of reference group Findings: The paper compares three estimation approaches for decomposition of inequality concentration indices: Ordinary Least Squares OLS , probit, and the Generalized Linear Model GLM binomial distribution and identity link. Data are from the Thai Health and Welfare Survey The OLS estimates do not take into account the binary nature of the outcome and the probit estimates depend on the choice of reference groups, whereas the GLM binomial identity approach has neither of these problems.

Cross Validated is a question and answer site for people interested in statistics, machine learning, data analysis, data mining, and data visualization. It only takes a minute to sign up. The weights for the GLS are estimated exogenously the dataset for the weights is different from the dataset for the model. I guess it's a question about the weights in general.

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