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The management of missing categorical data : comparison of multiple imputation and subset correspondence analysis.
Missing data is a common problem in research and the manner in which this ‘missingness’ is managed, is crucial to the validity of analysis outcomes. This study illustrates the use of two diverse methods to handle, in ...
Modelling time to graduation of Durban University of Technology students using event history analysis.
Tertiary institutions experienced a steady growth of students from other races after the repeal of the apartheid laws. This growth picked up pace after the promulgation of the Education White Paper of 1997 whose main ...
Application of mixed model and spatial analysis methods in multi-environmental and agricultural field trials.
Agricultural experimentation involves selection of experimental materials, selection of experimental units, planning of experiments, and collection of relevant information, analysis and interpretation of the results. An ...
Statistical analysis of the attitudes towards blood donation and transfusion in Mali.
The demand for blood transfusion in Mali is high, because of the high prevalence of anemia, which is mostly caused by malaria, malnutrition and pregnancy-related complications. In this study a classic KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE ...
Count data modelling application.
The rapid increase of total children ever born without a proportionate growth in the Nigerian economy has been a concern and making prediction with count data requires applying appropriate regression model.. As count data ...
Age, period and cohort analysis of young adult mortality due to HIV and TB in South Africa: 1997-2015.
Young adult mortality is very important in South Africa with the impact of Human Immunodeficiency Virus /Acquired Immune deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS), Tuberculosis (TB), injuries and emerging non-communicable diseases ...