Jackknife-after-bootstrap regression influence diagnostics
We propose a bootstrap approach to gauging the size of regression influence measures. The bootstrap cut-offs generated are based on approximating the sampling distribution of the respective measures under resampling, work well for small samples, and allow for features such as asymmetric cut-offs. The bootstrap method uses Efron's jackknife-after-bootstrap idea to deal with the issue of an influential point contaminating the resamples from which cut-offs are calculated. The method is illustrated...[Show more]
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