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Predicting probabilities : inherent and sampling variability in the estimation of discrete-choice models / by Daniel V. Gordon ... (et al.)
Bib ID 1104941
Format BookBook
Description Calgary, Alta. : Department of Economics, University of Calgary, 1992 
15, (18) p. ; 28 cm. 
Series

Discussion paper series (University of Calgary. Department of Economics) no. 136.

Notes

"September 1992"

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Sampling (Statistics)
Other authors/contributors Gordon, Daniel Vernon, 1953-  |  University of Calgary. Department of Economics

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