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Some explanations about the IWLS algorithm to fit generalized linear models


  • Christophe Dutang

    () (LMM - Laboratoire Manceau de Mathématiques - UM - Le Mans Université)


This short note focuses on the estimation procedure, an iterative weighted least square method, generally used for generalized linear models.

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  • Christophe Dutang, 2017. "Some explanations about the IWLS algorithm to fit generalized linear models," Working Papers hal-01577698, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:wpaper:hal-01577698
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