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Special Issue IES2015 (EXTENDED DEADLINE - JANUARY 9, 2016)
|A Special Issue of EJASA (open access journal indexed in SCOPUS) will be concerned with the topics of the Conference IES2015 - Innovation & Society, held at the University of Bari (Italy) 8-9 July 2015.|
Vol 8, No 3 (2015): Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis (Special Issue inspired by the Conference " SUNOVA & SHAPE 2014"
A Special Issue of EJASA (open access journal indexed in SCOPUS) inspired by the Workshop SUNOVA & SHAPE 2014, held at the University of Brescia (Italy) in October 21, 2014.Guest Editors: Maurizio Carpita, Domenico Piccolo and Enrico Ciavolino
Special Issue - SUNOVA & SHAPE 2014
|Editorial for the special issue on: SUNOVA & SHAPE 2014||Details pdf|
|Maurizio Carpita, Domenico Piccolo, Enrico Ciavolino||270-271|
|A Bayesian multidimensional IRT approach for the analysis of residents' perceptions toward tourism||Details pdf|
|Cristina Bernini, Mariagiulia Matteucci, Stefania Mignani||272-287|
|A procedure simulating Likert scale item responses||Details pdf|
|Giuseppe Boari, Marta Nai Ruscone||288-297|
|Modelling the perception of conflict in working conditions||Details pdf|
|On the interpretation of the uncertainty parameter in CUB models||Details pdf|
|Modelling scale effects and uncertainty in rating surveys||Details pdf|
|Regression and Random Confounding||Details pdf|
|Visualizing multiple results from Nonlinear CUB models with R grid Viewports||Details pdf|
|Marica Manisera, Paola Zuccolotto||360-373|
|The relationship between CUB and loglinear models with latent variables||Details pdf|
|Daniel L. Oberski, Jeroen Kees Vermunt||374-383|
|Some considerations to carry out a composite indicator for ordinal data||Details pdf|
|Laura Pagani, Maria Chiara Zanarotti||384-397|
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