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Maximum Likelihood Programs and Examples for Gauss

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A set of Gauss programs and datasets (anotated for pedagogical purposes) to implement many of the maximum likelihood-based models I discuss in my book, Gary King 1989. UNIFYING POLITICAL METHODOLOGY, New York: Cambridge University Press, and use in my class. All datasets are real, not simulated. Other scholars have also made contributions of programs and data to this collection.

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  • Gary King, "undated". "Maximum Likelihood Programs and Examples for Gauss," Gauss codes ml, .
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:gaussi:ml
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