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Michael D. Ward
mdw@u.washington.edu
POL S 494
Seattle Campus

Advanced Quantitative Political Methodology

Theory and practice of likelihood inference. Topics covered include probability modeling, maximum likelihood estimation, models for binary responses, count models, sample selection, and basis time series analysis. Prerequisite: POL S 491; POL S 492. Offered: jointly with CS&SS 494.

Class Description

Description. No Description Available. Following is the description taken from the UW General Catalog: Theory and practice of likelihood inference. Topics covered include probability modeling, maximum likelihood estimation, models for binary responses, count models, sample selection, and basis time series analysis. Prerequisite: POL S 491; POL S 492. Offered: jointly with CS&SS 494.

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mdw@u.washington.edu
Last Update by Suman C. Chhabra
Date: 02/27/2003