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NONLINEAR REGRESSION PARAMETERS AS OUTCOMES: SIMPLE VS. SOPHISTICATED ANALYSES
Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture
Sometimes a nonlinear regression parameter for an individual is the outcome of interest. But due to variability among individuals, the individuals' regression parameters cannot be estimated with the same amount of precision. This problem of heterogeneous variance complicates the ultimate goal of estimating population-level regression parameters with two usual methods: (i) the simple arithmetic mean of individually estimated regression parameters and (ii) random coefficients regression (RCR).doi:10.4148/2475-7772.1068 fatcat:dy67gui57vhuhbgdvogzukgpai