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Ecological Inference



August 1978 | 72 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This paper considers the possible effects of making inferences about individuals from aggregate data. It assumes a knowledge of regression analysis, and explores the utility of techniques designed to make the inferences in causal modelling more reliable, including a comparison between ecological regression models and ecological correlation.

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ISBN: 9780803909410
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