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Articles in journal, book chapters
2015
  1. J . De Leeuw and P. Mair. Shepard Diagram. In Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online, pages 1-3. Wiley, 2015. [PDF] [doi:10.1002/9781118445112.stat06268.pub2]


  2. P. Mair and J . De Leeuw. Unidimensional Scaling. In Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online, pages 1-3. Wiley, 2015. [PDF] [doi:10.1002/9781118445112.stat06462.pub2]


  3. P. Mair, J . De Leeuw, and M. Wurzer. Multidimensional Unfolding. In Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online, pages 1-4. Wiley, 2015. [PDF] [doi:10.1002/9781118445112.stat06495.pub2]


2014
  1. J. De Leeuw. History of Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis. In J. Blasius and M. Greenacre, editors, The Visualization and Verbalization of Data. Chapman and Hall, 2014. [PDF]


2013
  1. D.L. Hoffman and J. De Leeuw. A Two-stage Procedure for Analyzing a Brand Switching Matrix. Journal of Empirical Generalisations in Marketing Science, 14(1), 2013. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Correspondence Analysis of Archeological Abundance Matrices. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection, chapter 2. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


  3. C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity. Alternative Analyses. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection, chapter 6. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


  4. C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity. Ceramic Analysis. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection, chapter 4. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


  5. C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity. Chronological Considerations. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection, chapter 5. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


  6. C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, and P.C. Weigand. Conclusions. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection, chapter 7. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


  7. C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, and P.C. Weigand. Introduction. In C.R. Nance, J. De Leeuw, P.C. Weigand, K. Prado, and D.S. Verity, editors, Correspondence Analysis and West Mexico Archaeology: Ceramics from the Long-Glassow Collection. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 2013. [PDF]


2011
  1. P.M. Bentler and J. De Leeuw. Factor Analysis via Components Analysis. Psychometrika, 76(3):461-470, 2011. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Statistical Software: An Overview. In M. Lovric, editor, International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science, pages 1470-1473. Springer Verlag, 2011. [PDF]


2010
  1. P. Mair and J. De Leeuw. A General Framework for Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling: The R Package aspect. Journal of Statistical Software, 32(9):1-23, 2010. [PDF]


2009
  1. J. De Leeuw. Review of C. Ritz and J.C. Streibig: Nonlinear Regression with R. Journal of Statistical Software, 29(Book Review 6):1-2, 2009. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of R. Gentleman: R Programming for Bioinformatics. Journal of Statistical Software, 29(Book Review 8):1-2, 2009. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of R.D. Peng and F. Dominici: Statistical Methods for Environmental Epedemiology with R. Journal of Statistical Software, 29(Book Review 7):1-3, 2009. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. The Journal of Statistical Software. WIREs Computational Statistics, 1:128-129, 2009. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw, K. Hornik, and P. Mair. Isotone Optimization in R: Pool-Adjacent-Violators Algorithm (PAVA) and Active Set Methods. Journal of Statistical Software, 32(5):1-24, 2009. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and K. Lange. Sharp Quadratic Majorization in One Dimension. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 53:2471-2484, 2009. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Homogeneity Analysis in R: the Package homals. Journal of Statistical Software, 31(4):1-21, 2009. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Multidimensional Scaling Using Majorization: SMACOF in R. Journal of Statistical Software, 31(3):1-30, 2009. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Simple and Canonical Correspondence Analysis Using the R Package anacor. Journal of Statistical Software, 31(5):1-18, 2009. [PDF]


  10. P. Lloyd, M. Mahutga, and J. De Leeuw. Looking Back and Forging Ahead: Thirty Years of Social Network Research on the World-System. Journal of World System Research, 15(1):48-85, 2009. [PDF]


2008
  1. C. De Diego, R.K.Pai, F. Chen, L.-H. Xie, J. De Leeuw, J.N. Weiss, and M. Valderrabano. Electrophysiological Consequences of Acute Regional Ischemia/Reperfusion in Neonatal Rat Ventricular Myocyte Monolayers. Circulation, 118:2330-2337, 2008. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and E. Meijer. Introduction to Multilevel Analysis. In J. De Leeuw and E. Meijer, editors, Handbook of Multilevel Analysis, chapter 1, pages 1-75. Springer Verlag, 2008. [PDF]


2007
  1. J. De Leeuw. Review of G.H. Givens and J.A. Hoeting: Computational Statistics. Journal of Statistical Software, 19(Book Review 1):1-3, 2007. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. An Introduction to the Special Volume on Psychometrics in R. Journal of Statistical Software, 20(1):1-5, 2007. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Senate Voting Patterns. In S. Sawilowsky, editor, Real Data Analysis, chapter 28, pages 405-410. Information Age Publishing, Inc., Charlotte, NC, 2007. [PDF]


2006
  1. J. De Leeuw. Comments on Pardoe and Weitner: Sentencing Convicted Felons in the United States: a Bayesian Analysis Using Multilevel Covariates. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 136:1466-1468, 2006. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Binary Data by Iterated Singular Value Decomposition. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 50(1):21-39, 2006. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Quadratic and Cubic Majorization. Medium for Econometric Applications, 14:44-49, 2006. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Review of J. Jureckova and J. Picel: Robust Statistical Methods with R. Journal of Statistical Software, 16(Book Review 2):1-2, 2006. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Some Majorization Techniques. Statistical Computing and Graphics Newsletter, 17(1):3-7, 2006. [PDF]


  6. R.A. Berk and J. De Leeuw. Multilevel Statistical Models and Ecological Scaling. In J. Wu, K.B. Jones, H. Li, and O.L. Loucks, editors, Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology: Methods and Applications, chapter 4, pages 67-88. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 2006. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis and Related Techniques. In M. Greenacre and J. Blasius, editors, Multiple Correspondence Analysis and Related Methods, chapter 4, pages 107-133. Chapman and Hall, Boca Raton, FA, 2006. [PDF]


2005
  1. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. A Predictive Density Aapproach to Predicting a Future Observable in Multilevel Models. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 128:149-164, 2005. [PDF]


  2. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. Decomposition of Prediction Error in Multilevel Models. Communications in Statistics, 34:909-928, 2005. [PDF]


  3. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. Prediction in Multilevel Models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 30:109-139, 2005. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. On Abandoning XLISP-STAT. Journal of Statistical Software, 13(7):1-5, 2005. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Review of B.S. Everitt: An R and S-PLUS Companion to Multivariate Analysis. Journal of Statistical Software, 14(Book Review 6):1-2, 2005. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Review of F. Murtagh: Correspondence Analysis and Data Coding with Java and R. Journal of Statistical Software, 14(Book Review 5):1-2, 2005. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Review of I. Borg and P.J.F. Groenen: Modern Multidimensional Scaling (second edition). Journal of Statistical Software, 14(Book Review 4):1-2, 2005. [PDF]


  8. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Homogeneity Analysis Using Absolute Deviations. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 48:587-603, 2005. [PDF]


  9. C.R. Nance and J. De Leeuw. The Obsidian Blade Sequence at El Ujuxte, a Late Preclassic Site on the South Cost of Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica, 16:249-260, 2005. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Carroll-Arabie Taxonomy. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 1, pages 196-197. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw. Centering in Linear Multilevel Models. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 1, pages 247-249. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  12. J. De Leeuw. HIgh-Dimensional Regression. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The En, volume 2, pages 816-818. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  13. J. De Leeuw. Linear Multilevel Models. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 2, pages 1054-1061. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  14. J. De Leeuw. Monotonic Regression. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 3, pages 1260-1261. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  15. J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Unfolding. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 3, pages 1289-1294. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  16. J. De Leeuw. Shepard Diagram. In B.S. Everitt and D.C. Howell, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 4, pages 1830-1830. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


  17. J. De Leeuw. Unidimensional Scaling. In B.S. Everitt and D.C, editors, The Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science, volume 4, pages 2095-2097. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2005. [PDF]


2004
  1. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. An Application of Multilevel Model Prediction to NELS-88. Behaviormetrika, 31:1-24, 2004. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of J. Hox, Multilevel Analysis. Journal of Educational Measurement, 41:73-77, 2004. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Weber Correspondence Analysis: The One-dimensional Case. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 13:946-953, 2004. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Least Squares Optimal Scaling of Partially Observed Linear Systems. In K. van Montfort, J. Oud, and A. Satorra, editors, Recent Developments in Structural Equation Models, chapter 7. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2004. [PDF]


2003
  1. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In R.A. Berk: Regression Analysis. A Constructive Critique, number 11 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2003. [PDF]


2002
  1. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In S.W. Raudenbush and A.S. Bryk: Hierarchical Linear Model (Second Edition), number 1 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences, pages xxiii-xxiv. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2002. [PDF]


2001
  1. J. De Leeuw. Porting R to Darwin/X11 and Mac OS X. R News, 1:2-4, 2001. [PDF]


  2. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Data Visualization through Graph Drawing. Computational Statistics, 16:435-450, 2001. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Scaling. In N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes, editors, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, pages 13512-13519. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2001. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Software for Multilevel Analysis. In A. Leyland and H. Goldstein, editors, Multilevel Modeling of Health Statistics, chapter 13, pages 187-204. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 2001. [PDF]


2000
  1. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Majorization Methods in Statistics. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 9:26-31, 2000. [PDF]


  2. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Multilevel Homogeneity Analysis with Differential Weighting. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 32:411-442, 2000. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and R.A. Berk. Series Editors Introduction. In D. Kaplan: Structural Equation Modeling, number 10 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2000. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Graph Layout Techniques and Multidimensional Data Analysis. In F.T. Bruss and L. LeCam, editors, Game Theory. Optimal Stopping, Probability and Statistcs, number 35 of Lecture Notes -- Monographs, pages 219-248. Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2000. [PDF]


1999
  1. R.A. Berk and J. De Leeuw. An Evaluation of California's Inmate Classification System using a Generalized Regression Discontinuity Design. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 94:1045-1052, 1999. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw, G. Michailidis, and D. Y. Wang. Correspondence Analysis Techniques. In S. Ghosh, editor, Multivariate Analysis, Design of Experiments, and Survey Sampling, pages 523-547. Marcel Dekker, 1999. [PDF]


1998
  1. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. The Gifi system for Descriptive Multivariate Analysis. Statistical Science, 13:307-336, 1998. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Here's Looking at Multivariables. In J. Blasius and M. Greenacre, editors, Visualization of Categorical Data, chapter 1, pages 1-11. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 1998. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In Niels G. Waller and P.E. Meehl: Multivariate Taxometric Procedures, number 9 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1998. [PDF]


1997
  1. J. De Leeuw. Review of Fisher and Molenaar: Rasch Models. Statistics in Medicine, 16:1431-1433, 1997. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of P. Verboon: A Robust Approach to Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis. Journal of Classification, 14:331-333, 1997. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Server-side Statistics Scripting in PHP/FI. Journal of Statistical Software, 2(1):1-13, 1997. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. The UCLA Electronic Statistics Textbook. Computers and Geosciences, 23(5):587-592, 1997. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, K. Van Montfort, and F.D. Bijleveld. Latent Variables, State Spaces, and Mixing. Kwantitatieve Methoden, 55:95-111, 1997.


  6. J. De Leeuw and P.J.F. Groenen. Inverse Multidimensional Scaling. Journal of Classification, 14(3--21), 1997. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Models as Instruments, with Applications to Moment Structure Analysis. In M. Berkane, editor, Latent Variable Modeling and Applications to Causality, number 120 of Lecture Notes in Statistics, pages 119-131. Springer Verlag, 1997. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In J.K. Vermunt: Loglinear Models for Event Histories, number 8 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1997. [PDF]


1996
  1. J. De Leeuw, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, K. Van Montfort, and F.D. Bijleveld. The Mixing Approach as a Unifying Framework for Dynamic Multivariate Analysis. Kwantitatieve Methoden, 1996. [PDF]


  2. R. Van der Leeden, K.E. Vrijburg, and J. De Leeuw. A Review of Two Different Approaches for the Analysis of Growth Data using Longitudinal Mixed Linear Models. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (Statistical Software Newsletter), 21:583-605, 1996. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In T. Heinen: Latent Class and Discrete Latent Trait Models, number 6 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1996. [PDF]


1995
  1. S.D. Cochran, J. De Leeuw, and V.M. Mays. Optimal Scaling of HIV-Related Sexual Risk Behaviors in Ethnically Diverse Homosexually Active Men. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63:270-279, 1995. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of H. Goldstein: Multilevel Statistical Models. Multilevel Modeling Newsletter, 7(7):3-6, 1995. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Not Much Disagreement, It Seems. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20:239-240, 1995. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Questioning Multilevel Models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20:171-190, 1995. [PDF]


  5. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and L. S. Aiken. The Effect of Different Forms of Centering in Hierarchical Linear Models. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 30:1-21, 1995. [PDF]


  6. Y. Takane, H.A.L. Kiers, and J. De Leeuw. Component Analysis with Different Sets of Constraints on Different Dimensions. Psychometrika, 60:259-280, 1995. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In I. Borg and S. Shye: Facet Theory, Form and Content, number 5 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1995. [PDF]


1994
  1. J. De Leeuw. The Lisp-Stat Statistical Environment. Statistical Computing and Graphics Newsletter, 5(3):13-17, 1994. [PDF]


  2. G.G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. The Gender Income Gap. Sociological Methods and Research, 22(3):319-341, 1994. [PDF]


  3. G.G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and R. Van der Leeden. Review of Five Multilevel Analysis Programs: BMDP-5V, GENMOD, HLM, ML3, VARCL. American Statistician, 48:324-335, 1994. [PDF]


  4. E. Van der Burg, J. De Leeuw, and G. Dijksterhuis. OVERALS. Nonlinear Canonical Correlation with k Sets of Variables. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 18:141-163, 1994. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In C.C. Clogg and E.S. Shihadeh: Statistical Models for Ordinal Variables, number 4 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1994. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Statistics and the Sciences. In I. Borg and P.P. Mohler, editors, Trends and Perspectives in Empirical Social Research, pages 139-148. Walter de Gruyter, 1994. [PDF]


  7. D.L. Hoffman, J. De Leeuw, and R.V. Arjunji. Multiple Correspondence Analysis. In R.P. Bagozzi, editor, Advanced Methods of Marketing Research, chapter 8, pages 260-294. Blackwell, Cambridge, MA, 1994. [PDF]


1993
  1. J. De Leeuw. Review of M. Jambu: Exploratory and Multivariate Data Analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 88:696-697, 1993. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In J.P. Van de Geer: Multivariate Analysis of Categorical Data (Applications), number 3 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In J.P. Van de Geer: Multivariate Analysis of Categorical Data (Theory), number 2 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1993. [PDF]


1992
  1. J. De Leeuw. Discussion of S. Leurgans and R.T. Ross: Multilinear Models: Applications in Spectroscopy. Statistical Science, 7(3):310-311, 1992. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Discussion of Wermuth: On Block Recursive Linear Regression Equations. Revista Brasil Probability Statistics, 6:38-45, 1992. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of L.M. Collins and J.L. Horn (eds): Best Methods for the Analysis of Change. Applied Psychological Measurement, 16:403-406, 1992. [PDF]


  4. H.B.G. Ganzeboom, P.M. De Graaf, D.J. Treiman, and J. De Leeuw. A Standard International Socio-Economic Index of Occupational Status. Social Science Research, 21:1-56, 1992. Note: I wrote the methodological appendix, and did the computations, which they used in the body of the paper.[PDF]


  5. D.L. Hoffman and J. De Leeuw. Interpreting Multiple Correspondence Analysis as a Multidimensional Scaling Method. Marketing Letters, 3:259-272, 1992. [PDF]


  6. T.P. Novak, J. De Leeuw, and B. MacEvoy. Richness Curves for Evaluating Market Segmentation. Journal of Marketing Research, 29:254-267, 1992. [PDF]


  7. S. Van Buuren and J. De Leeuw. Equality Constraints in Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 27:567-583, 1992. [PDF]


  8. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw. Some Results about the Importance of Knot Selection in Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis. Statistica Applicata, Italian Journal of Applied Statistics, 4(4):429-441, 1992. [PDF]


  9. P.G.M. Van der Heijden, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Constrained Latent Budget Analysis. Sociological Methodology, 22:279-320, 1992. [PDF]


  10. R. Van der Leeden, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Reduced Rank Regression as an Approach to Factor Analysis with Fixed Factors. Kwantitatieve Methoden, 41:79-108, 1992.


  11. J. De Leeuw. Series Editors Introduction. In A.S. Bryk and S.W. Raudenbush: Hierarchical Linear Models, number 1 of Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1992. [PDF]


1991
  1. C.C.J.H. Bijleveld and J. De Leeuw. Fitting Longitudinal Reduced-Rank Regression Models by Alternating Least Squares. Psychometrika, 56(3):433-447, 1991. [PDF]


  2. L.G. Cooper, J. De Leeuw, and A.G. Sogomonian. An Imputation Method for Dealing with Missing Data in Regression. Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis, 7:213-235, 1991. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. Reduced Rank Models for Contingency Tables. Biometrika, 78(1):229-232, 1991. [PDF]


  4. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Model Based Ranking of Schools. International Journal of Education, 15:45-59, 1991. [PDF]


1990
  1. D. Chhetry, J. De Leeuw, and A.R. Sampson. Monotone Correlation and Monotone Disjunct Pieces. SIAM Journal Matrix Analysis and Applications, 11:361-361, 1990. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis. Evaluation Practice, 11(2):155-157, 1990. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of David J. Bartholomew: Latent Variable Models and Factor Analysis. Journal of Classification, 7:134-138, 1990. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Review of G. de Soete et al: New Developments in Psychological Choice Modeling. Journal of Classification, 7:300-304, 1990. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Review of U. Küsters: Hierarchische Mittelwert- und Kovarianzstrukturmodelle mit nichtmetrischen endogenen Variablen. Metrika, 37:60-62, 1990. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw, P.G.M. Van der Heijden, and P. Verboon. A Latent Time-Budget Model. Statistica Neerlandica, 44:1-22, 1990. [PDF]


  7. H.A.L. Kiers, J.M.F. Ten Berge, Y. Takane, and J. De Leeuw. A Generalization of Takane's Algorithm for DEDICOM. Psychometrika, 55:151-158, 1990. [PDF]


  8. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Redundancy Analysis. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 43:217-230, 1990. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. Foreword. In Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis, pages v-viii. Wiley, New York, N.Y., 1990. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Information Theory and an Extension of the Maximum Likelihood Principle by Hirotogu Akaike. In S. Kotz and N.L. Johnson, editors, Breakthroughs in Statistics, volume I, pages 599-609. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1990. [PDF]


1989
  1. J. De Leeuw. Kwantificeren en meten in de sociale en gedragswetenschappen [Quantification and Measurement in the Social and Behavioral Sciences]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Opvoeding, Vorming en Onderwijs, 5(4):198-210, 1989. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of B.F. Schriever: Order Dependence. Mededelingen van het Wiskundig Genootschap, 1989.


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of Y. Sakamoto, M. Ishiguro, and G. Kitagawa: Akaike Information Criterion Statistics. Psychometrika, 54:539-541, 1989. [PDF]


  4. K. Van Montfort, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Estimation of Regression Coefficients with the Help of Characteristic Functions. Journal of Econometrics, 41:267-278, 1989. [PDF]


  5. P.G.M. Van der Heijden, A. De Falguerolles, and J. De Leeuw. A Combined Approach to Contingency Table Analysis with Correspondence Analysis and Log-Linear Analysis (with Discussion). Applied Statistics, 38:249-292, 1989. [PDF]


  6. P.G.M. Van der Heijden and J. De Leeuw. Correspondence Analysis with Special Attention to the Analysis of Panel Data and Event History Data. Sociological Methodology, 20:43-87, 1989. [PDF]


  7. R.J.W. Tijssen and J. De Leeuw. Multi-Set Nonlinear Canonical Analysis via the Burt Matrix. In R. Coppi and S. Bolasko, editors, Multiway Data Analysis. North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam and New York, 1989. [PDF]


1988
  1. J. De Leeuw. Convergence of the Majorization Method for Multidimensional Scaling. Journal of Classification, 5:163-180, 1988. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Models and Techniques. Statistica Neerlandica, 42:91-98, 1988. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Analysis with Linearizable Regressions. Psychometrika, 53:437-454, 1988. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. Correspondence Analysis of Incomplete Contingency Tables. Psychometrika, 53:223-233, 1988. [PDF]


  5. J.M.F. Ten Berge, H.A.L. Kiers, and J. De Leeuw. Explicit Candecomp/Parafac Solutions for a Contrived $2x2x2$ Array of Rank Three. Psychometrika, 53:579-585, 1988. [PDF]


  6. B.M.S. Van Praag, T. Kloek, and J. De Leeuw. Large-Sample Properties of Method of Moment Estimators under Different Data-Generating Assumptions. Journal of Econometrics, 37:157-169, 1988. [PDF]


  7. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Use of the Multinomial Jackknife and Bootstrap in Generalized Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis. Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis, 4(159--172), 1988. [PDF]


  8. E. Van der Burg, J. De Leeuw, and R. Verdegaal. Homogeneity Analysis with K Sets of Variables: an Alternating Least Squares Approach with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 53:177-197, 1988. [PDF]


  9. P. Bekker and J. De Leeuw. Relation between Variants of Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis. In J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw, editors, Component and Correspondence Analysis, Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematcal Statistics, chapter 1, pages 1-31. Wiley, Chichester, England, 1988. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Model Selection in Multinomial Experiments. In T.K. Dijkstra, editor, On Model Uncertainty and its Statistical Implications. Springer, Berlin, 1988. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw and J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel. Beyond Homogeneity Analysis. In J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw, editors, Component and Correspondence Analysis, chapter 3, pages 55-80. Wiley, Chichester, England, 1988. [PDF]


  12. R.J.W. Tijssen and J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Data-analysis Methods in Bibliometric Studies of Science and Technology. In A.F.J. Van Raan, editor, Handbook of Quantitative Studies of Science and Technology, chapter 21, pages 705-740. North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1988. [PDF]


  13. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw. Editors Preface. In J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw, editors, Component and Correspondence Analysis, Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematcal Statistics, pages ix-xiii. Wiley, Chichester, England, 1988. [PDF]


1987
  1. P. Bekker and J. De Leeuw. The Rank of Reduced Dispersion Matrices. Psychometrika, 52:125-135, 1987. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Contribution to the Discussion ``French verses English Methods of Data Analysis''. Revue de Statistique Applique, 35:87-89, 1987. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of J.B. Kadane (ed): Robustness of Bayesian Analysis. Psychometrika, 52(151-152), 1987. [PDF]


  4. Y. Takane and J. De Leeuw. On the Relationship between Item Response Theory and Factor Analysis of Discreticized Variables. Psychometrika, 52:393-408, 1987. [PDF]


  5. J.M.F. Ten Berge, J. De Leeuw, and P.M. Kroonenberg. Some Additional Results on Principal Components Analysis of Three-Mode Data by Means of Alternating Least Squares Algorithms. Psychometrika, 52:183-192, 1987. [PDF]


  6. R.J.W. Tijssen, J. De Leeuw, and A.F.J. Van Raan. Quasi-correspondence Analysis of Scientometric Transaction Matrices. Scientometrics, 11:347-361, 1987. [PDF]


  7. K. Van Montfort, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Regression with Errors in Variables: Estimators based on Third-Order Moments. Statistica Neerlandica, 41:223-239, 1987. [PDF]


  8. M. Boelter, P. Legendre, J. De Leeuw, R. Park, P. Schwinghamer, S.E. Stevens, and M. Trousellier. Numerical Ecology: Developments for Microbial Ecology. In P. Legendre and L. Legendre, editors, Progress in Numerical Ecology. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1987. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling. In P. Legendre and L. Legendre, editors, Progress in Numerical Ecology. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1987. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Path Analysis with Optimal Scaling. In P. Legendre and L. Legendre, editors, Progress in Numerical Ecology, pages 381-404. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1987. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw and A. Mooijaart. Multivariate Analyse van Linear Structurele Modellen [Multivaraite Analysis of Linear Structural Models]. In H.F.M. Crombach, C.A.J. Vlek, and L.J.Th. Van der Kamp, editors, De Psychologie Voorbij (Beyond Psychology), pages 167-182. Swets and Zeitlinger, Lisse, The Netherlands, 1987. [PDF]


1986
  1. J. De Leeuw. Review of H.G. Law et al. (eds.): Research Methods for Multimode Data Analysis. Applied Psychological Measurement, 10:213-215, 1986. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of L. Narens: Abstract Measurement Theory. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 80:580, 1986. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and B. Bettonvil. An Upper Bound for SSTRESS. Psychometrika, 51:149-153, 1986. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Random Coefficient Models for Multilevel Analysis. Journal of Educational Statistics, 11:57-85, 1986. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and J.J. Meulman. A Special Jackknife for Multidimensional Scaling. Journal of Classification, 3:97-112, 1986. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and N. Verhelst. Maximum Likelihood Estimation in Generalized Rasch Models. Journal of Educational Statistics, 11:183-196, 1986. [PDF]


  7. B.M.S. Van Praag, J. De Leeuw, and T. Kloek. The Population-Sample Decomposition Approach to Multivariate Estimation Methods. Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis, 2:99-120, 1986. [PDF]


  8. F. Van der Pol and J. De Leeuw. A Latent Markov Model to Correct for Measurement Error. Sociological Methods and Research, 15:118-141, 1986. [PDF]


  9. P.A. Vroon, J. De Leeuw, and A.C. Meester. Distribution of Intelligence and Educational Level in Fathers and Sons. British Journal of Psychology, 77:137-142, 1986. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Individuele Verschillen en Ongeljkheid [Individual Differences and Inequality]. In J. Berting, editor, Sociale Ongelijkheid [Social Inequality]. Coutinho, Muiderberg, Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw, W. J. Heiser, J.J. Meulman, and F. Critchley. Editor's Introduction. In Multi-dimensional Data Analysis. Proceedings of a Workshop, Pembroke College, Cambridge University, England 30.6.--2.7. 1985, number 7 of M&T Series, pages 1-4. DSWO Press, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  12. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Schooleffecten op Schoolloopbanen [Schooleffects on Schoolcareers]. In Maken Scholen Verschil? [Do Schools Make a Difference?], number 101, SOR-report III, pages 77-119. Stichting Kohnstamm Fonds voor Onderwijsresearch, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  13. A.C. Meester and J. De Leeuw. De Relatie tussen Achtergrondkenmerken en Schoolloopbaan Variabelen in COROP Gebieden Nader Onderzocht [A Closer Look at the Relationship between Background Characteristics and School Career Variables in COROP regions]. In W.J. Nijhoff and E. Warries, editors, De Opbrengst van Onderwijs en Onderzoek. Swets and Zeitlinger, Lisse, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  14. P.A. Vroon, J.L. Leyten, J. De Leeuw, and A.C. Meester. Redistributie van intelligentie [Redistribution of Intelligence]. In J.C.J. Bonarius, editor, Psychologie in Nederland. Swets and Zeitlinger, Lis, 1986. [PDF]


1985
  1. J. De Leeuw. Boekbespreking van W. Saris & H. Stronkhorst, Causal Modelling in Nonexperimental Research [Review of W. Saris and H. Stronkhorst, Causal Modelling in Nonexperimental Research]. Mens en Maatschappij, 60:421-423, 1985. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Review of B.S. Everitt & G. Dunn, Advanced Methods of Data Exploration and Modelling. Journal of Classification, 2:147-150, 1985. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Review of Four Books on Causal Analysis. Psychometrika, 50:371-373, 1985. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Review of R. Gittins: Canonical Analysis. Journal of Classification, 2:285-287, 1985. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw, P.G.M. Van der Heijden, and G.G. Kreft. Homogeneity Analysis of Event History Data. Methods of Operations Research, 50:299-316, 1985. [PDF]


  6. G.G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Emancipatie en Bevolkingsproblematiek: een Secundaire Analyse op het Leefsituatieonderzoek 1974 [Emancipation and Population Problems: a Secondary Analysis of the Life Situation Survey 1974]. Bevolking en Gezin, 21:7-24, 1985. [PDF]


  7. A.C. Meester and J. De Leeuw. De Regressie van Intelligentiescores op Schoolloopbaanvariabelen onder Constanthouding van Sociale Achtergrond en Geslacht [The Regression of Intelligencetest Scores on Schoolcareer Variables while Controlling for Social Background and Sex]. Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch, 10:2-21, 1985. [PDF]


  8. P.G.M. Van der Heijden and J. De Leeuw. Correspondence Analysis used Complimentary to Loglinear Analysis. Psychometrika, 50:429-447, 1985. [PDF]


1984
  1. J. De Leeuw. Differentiability of Kruskal's Stress at a Local Minimum. Psychometrika, 49:111-113, 1984. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Fixed-rank Approximation with Singular Weight Matrices. Computational Statistics Quarterly, 1:3-12, 1984. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Models of Data. Kwantitatieve Methoden, 5:17-30, 1984. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and A.C. Meester. Over het Intelligentieonderzoek bij de Militaire Keuringen 1925-heden [About Intelligence Testing in Military Admission Testing, 1925-present]. Mens en Maatschappij, 59:5-26, 1984. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and I. Stoop. Upper Bounds for Kruskal's Stress. Psychometrika, 49:391-402, 1984. [PDF]


  6. R.A. Visser and J. De Leeuw. Maximum Likelihood Analysis for a Generalized Regression Discontinuity Design. Journal of Educational Statistics, 9:45-60, 1984. [PDF]


1983
  1. J. De Leeuw. Models and Methods for the Analysis of Correlation Coefficients. Journal of Econometrics, 22:113-138, 1983. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. On the Prehistory of Correspondence Analysis. Statistica Neerlandica, 37:161-164, 1983. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw, W.E. Keller, and T. Wansbeek. Editor's Introduction to ``Interfaces between Econometrics and Psychometrics''. Journal of Econometrics, 22:1-12, 1983. [PDF]


  4. J.O. Ramsay and J. De Leeuw. Review of F. Calliez and J.P. Pagès: Introduction à l'Analyse des Données. Psychometrika, 48:147-150, 1983. [PDF]


  5. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Non-linear Canonical Correlation. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 36:54-80, 1983. [PDF]


1982
  1. J. De Leeuw. A Note on Partitioned Determinants. Psychometrika, 47:87-94, 1982. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Discussion of J.O. Ramsay: Some Statistical Approaches to Multidimensional Scaling Data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (General), 145(3):309-310, 1982. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Generalized Eigenvalue Problems with Positive Semidefinite Matrices. Psychometrika, 47:87-94, 1982. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Methodologische Aspekten va het IQ Debat [Methodological Aspects of the IQ Debate]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 37:207-218, 1982. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and W. J. Heiser. Theory of Multidimensional Scaling. In P.R. Krishnaiah and L. Kanal, editors, Handbook of Statistics, Volume II. North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1982. [PDF]


1981
  1. J. De Leeuw, J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel, and H. Van der Wouden. Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis Using B-Splines. Methods of Operations Research, 43:379-394, 1981. [PDF]


  2. W.J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Mapping of Preference Data. 19:39-96, 1981. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Psychometrische Genetica [Psychometric Genetics]. In H.C.J. Duijker and P.A. Vroon, editors, Codex Psychologicus, chapter 22, pages 287-297. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1981. [PDF]


1980
  1. P.M. Kroonenberg and J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Three-Mode Data by Means of Alternating Least Squares Algorithms. Psychometrika, 45:69-97, 1980. [PDF]


  2. Y. Takane, F.W. Young, and J. De Leeuw. An Individual Differences Additive Model: an Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 45:183-209, 1980. [PDF]


  3. F.W. Young, J. De Leeuw, and Y. Takane. Quantifying Qualitative Data. In E.D. Lantermann and H. Feger, editors, Similarity and Choice. Papers in Honor of Clyde Coombs. Hans Huber, Bern, 1980. [PDF]


1979
  1. W. J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. Metric Multidimensional Unfolding. Methoden en Data Nieuwsbrief SWS/VVS, 4:26-50, 1979. [PDF]


  2. Y. Takane, F.W. Young, and J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Common Factor Analysis: an Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Behaviormetrika, 6:45-56, 1979. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and I. Stoop. Secondaire Analyse ``Van Jaar tot Jaar'' met Behulp van Niet-lineaire Multivariate Technieken [Secondary Analysis ``Van Jaar tot Jaar'' with Nonlinear Multivariate Techniques]. In J.L. Peschar, editor, Van Achteren naar Voren, pages 118-159. Staatsuitygeverij, The Hague, Netherlands, 1979. [PDF]


1978
  1. J. De Leeuw. De Politieke Relevantie van Correlaties [The Political Relevance of Correlations]. Sociologische Gids, 25:31-39, 1978. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and S. Pruzansky. A New Computational Method to fit the Weighted Euclidean Distance Model. Psychometrika, 43:479-490, 1978. [PDF]


  3. P.M. Kroonenberg and J. De Leeuw. TUCKALS2: een Hoofdassen Analyse voor Drieweggegevens [TUCKALS2: A Principal Component Analysis of Three-Mode Data]. Methoden en Data Nieuwsbrief SWS/VVS, 3:30-53, 1978. [PDF]


  4. F.W. Young, Y. Takane, and J. De Leeuw. The Principal Components of Mixed Measurement Level Multivariate Data: an Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 45:279-281, 1978. [PDF]


1977
  1. J. De Leeuw. Correctness of Kruskal's Algorithms for Monotone Regression with Ties. Psychometrika, 42:141-144, 1977. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel. HOMALS. Methoden en Data Nieuwsbrief SWS/VVS, 3, 1977.


  3. Y. Takane, F.W. Young, and J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Individual Differences in Multidimensional Scaling: An Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 42:7-67, 1977. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and W.J. Heiser. Convergence of Correction Matrix Algorithms for Multidimensional Scaling. In J.C. Lingoes, editor, Geometric Representations of Relational Data, chapter 32, pages 735-753. Mathesis Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1977. [PDF]


1976
  1. J. De Leeuw, F. W. Young, and Y. Takane. Additive Structure in Qualitative Data: an Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 41:471-504, 1976. [PDF]


  2. F. W. Young, J. De Leeuw, and Y. Takane. Regression with Qualitative and Quantitative Data: an Alternating Least Squares Approach with Optimal Scaling Features. Psychometrika, 41:505-529, 1976. [PDF]


1973
  1. J. De Leeuw. Diskussie over Onderwijs in de Multivariate Analyse [Discussion about Teaching Multivariate Analysis]. Hypothese, 15:99-105, 1973. [PDF]


1968
  1. J. De Leeuw. Meerdimensionele Analyse van Politikologische Gegevens [Multidimensional Analysis of Politicological Data]. Hypothese, 13:84-85, 1968. [PDF]


1966
  1. L.F.W. De Klerk, J. De Leeuw, and S. Oppe. Funktioneel Leren. Hypothese, 11:10-19, 1966.


  2. J . De Leeuw. Item 2. Provo, 6:32-33, 1966. [PDF]


1965
  1. J . De Leeuw. Item 1. Provo, 6:29-30, 1965. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and S. Oppe. Methodologie [Methodology]. Hypothese, 10:123-139, 1965. Note: First scientific publication.[PDF]



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