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All Languages. Type I error controlled regression analyses, including both prediction and linear models, are delineated. Because the regression analyses are based on a metric Euclidean distance function, special attention is paid to least sum of absolute deviations LAD regression. Recently developed goodness-of-fit tests, measures of agreement, multidimensional contingency table tests, and multisample univariate permutation methods are discussed and compared.
The level of this monograph is that of upper division undergraduate and beginning graduate students.
The text by Mielke and Berry presents a good and accessible account of the subject to date with emphasis on the applications made easy with the developed software. It is recommended for use by graduate students and practitioners having a broad knowledge of the statistical literature. The material in the book is easily accessible to upper-division undergraduates and beginning graduates.
Permutation Methods: A Distance Function Approach is a welcome addition to the literature on permutation tests, and the computer package available with it is an added attractive feature.