His main emphasis is on generalized linear modeling techniques, which extend linear model methods for continuous variables, and their extensions for multivariate responses.
What does GLIM stand for?
GLIM stands for Generalized Linear Modeling
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00 Hardcover QA279 Although they are becoming increasingly important, contemporary methods of applied statistics, including generalized linear modeling, mixed-effects modeling and Bayesian statistical analysis and inference, are not always in the natural resource scientist's toolbag.
One new feature and important enhancement to TOAMS 3 is the inclusion of predictive modeling analysis of the participant-submitted data using Towers Watson's proprietary generalized linear modeling (GLM) tool, Emblem[TM].
For example, generalized linear modeling can be used to test an unlimited number of plans using company-specific criteria.