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Statistical Programming with SAS/IML Software by Rick Wicklin

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Chapter 14. Bootstrap Methods

Contents

  • 14.1 An Introduction to Bootstrap Methods 349

  • 14.2 The Bootstrap Distribution for a Mean 350

    • 14.2.1 Obtaining a Random Sample 350

    • 14.2.2 Creating a Bootstrap Distribution 351

    • 14.2.3 Computing Bootstrap Estimates 353

  • 14.3 Comparing Two Groups 356

  • 14.4 Using SAS Procedures in Bootstrap Computations 358

    • 14.4.1 Resampling by Using the SURVEYSELECT Procedure 359

    • 14.4.2 Computing Bootstrap Statistics with a SAS Procedure 361

  • 14.5 Case Study: Bootstrap Principal Component Statistics 363

    • 14.5.1 Plotting Confidence Intervals on a Scree Plot 366

    • 14.5.2 Plotting the Bootstrap Distributions 368

  • 14.6 References 369

14.1 An Introduction to Bootstrap Methods

The bootstrap method is a general technique for estimating unknown parameters, ...

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