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We applied generalized additive models to multiple time series of daily all-cause mortality counts and weather observations or archived weather forecasts from six weather forecast products in Detroit.
Generalized additive models for zero-inflated data with partial constraints.
The generalized additive models were used with a more stringent convergence criterion (than the default values of S-plus) to avoid biased estimates of regression coefficients and standard errors (Dominici, McDermott, Zeger, & Samet, 2002; Ramsay, Burnett, & Krewski, 2003).
Recently, sophisticated analytical techniques, such as generalized additive models (GAMs), have been introduced into the time-series studies for the adjustment of long-term and seasonal trends, weather variables, and so forth.
S-PLUS contains nearly 2,000 functions, including modern and non-parametric methods and generalized additive models.
They used generalized additive models to estimate the relationships between [PM.
This study uses the generalized linear and generalized additive models to identify environmental factors and gear characteristics affecting the bycatch rate of sea turtles in these two areas and to predict total bycatch by sea scallop dredge vessels in these two areas in 2001 and 2002.
Generalized additive models (GAMs) were used to predict a continuous risk surface, smoothing on longitude and latitude, while adjusting for known risk factors.