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Maximum Likelihood Estimation for Contingency Tables and Logistic Regression with Incorrectly Linked Data

Chipperfield, James O.; Bishop, Glenys; Campbell, Paul D.


Data linkage is the act of bringing together records that are believed to belong to the same unit (e.g., person or business) from two or more files. It is a very common way to enhance dimensions such as time and breadth or depth of detail. Data linkage is often not an error-free process and can lead to linking a pair of records that do not belong to the same unit. There is an explosion of record linkage applications, yet there has been little work on assuring the quality of analyses using such...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
Source: Survey Methodology


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