The analysis of ordered categorical data: An overview and a survey of recent developments
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KeywordsAssociation model; Bayesian inference; cumulative logit; generalized estimating equations; generalized linear mixed model; inequality constraints; marginal model; multi-level model; ordinal data; proportional odds; 62J99;
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