Table of Contents
About Regression Graphics
ASA Short Course
NJ Short Course
Ideas for Studying Regressions through Graphics
This is the Web site for the book Regression Graphics:
Ideas for Studying Regressions through Graphics by
R. Dennis Cook, published by John
Wiley & Sons in September, 1998 (ISBN 0-471-19365-8).
- Order a copy of the book.
- Read the Preface from a pdf file.
- Table of Contents.
- Read the full Table of Contents.
- About Regression Graphics.
- This article presents an overview of regression graphics from a
tutorial given at the 1998 Interface Meetings in Minneapolis, MN.
The intent was to discuss basic ideas and issues without delving into
methodological or theoretical details, and to provide a guide to the
literature through an annotated bibliography.
- Arc software.
- Arc is a comprehensive, menu-driven regression package
that allows application of many standard methods in addition
to most of the methods discussed in this book. It was designed
in part as a computing companion to the new 1999
Wiley text "Applied Regression Including Computing and Graphics"
by R. D. Cook and S. Weisberg. This link takes you to the home
page for Arc software.
- Supplemental graphs
- Some of the graphics in the book don't translate
well to a static black-and-white piece of
paper. As a supplement, we offer graphics which may
better illustrate the points in the book.
- Download Data
- Most data sets in the book are available here in a form that
can be read by Arc.
- Last updated February 9, 2000.
- ASA Short Course.
- A short course from this book was held August 8, 1999 at the
ASA meetings in Baltimore. This pdf file gives an overview of the course.
- NJ Short Course.
- The New Jersey Chapter of the ASA sponsored a
short course from this book on October 15, 1999, at the Princeton
Palmer Inn. This pdf file gives an overview of the course.
- Recent Developments.
- Recent developments in regeression graphics, including additional
Arc code are available via this link. Last updated November 20 , 2001.
Some materials are available in the
"Portable Document Format" (PDF), which can
be viewed and printed by using Acrobat Reader software.
Versions of Acrobat Reader for most computing platforms
may be obtained for free from
Acknowledgement: Material at this site is based upon work
supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants
DMS 9212413, 9703777, and 0103983.
Last modified: September 10, 2002.