Analysis of Categorical Data with R
Chapman and Hall/CRC – 2014 – 416 pages
Written for students and researchers in statistics and biostatistics, this book presents a modern introduction to categorical data analysis, with R integrated into the text as a data analysis method and a learning tool. The book includes many detailed worked examples to illustrate methods, with R code and data available for all of them. It also includes many exercises throughout the text and is supplemented by a solutions manual and website with code, data, and video lectures. Unlike other books on the subject, topics such as missing data and Bayesian methods are covered.
Analyzing a binary response
Analyzing a count response
Analyzing a multinomial response