> From <@uconnvm.uconn.edu:kent@darwin.eeb.uconn.edu> Wed Jan 7 12:51 GMT 1998 > To: ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk (Prof Brian Ripley) > Cc: s-news@utstat.toronto.edu > Subject: Re: Summary of Robust Regression Algorithms > From: kent@darwin.eeb.uconn.edu (Kent E. Holsinger) > > >>>>> "Brian" == Prof Brian Ripley writes: > > Brian> My best example of this not knowing the literature is the > Brian> Hauck-Donner (1977) phenomenon: a small t-value in a > Brian> logistic regression indicates either an insignificant OR a > Brian> very significant effect, but step.glm assumes the first, > Brian> and I bet few users of glm() stop to think. > > All right I confess. This is a new one for me. Could some one explain > the Hauck-Donner effect to me? I understand that the t-values from > glm() are a Wald approximation and may not be terribly reliable, but I > don't understand how a small t-value could indicate "either an > insignificant OR a very significant effect." > > Thanks for the help. It's finding gems like these that make this group > so extraordinarily valuable.
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