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Internal reports
2011
  1. J. De Leeuw. Majorizing a Multivariate Polynomial over the Unit Sphere. Preprint Series 630, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2011. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw and P.J.F. Groenen. Majorizing a Multivariate Polynomial over the Unit Sphere, with Applications. Preprint Series 633, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2011. [PDF]


2010
  1. P.M. Bentler and J. De Leeuw. Factor Analysis via Components Analysis. Preprint Series 618, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2010. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Análisis de Correspondencias de Matrices de Abundancia Arqueológicas. Preprint Series 575, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2010. Note: Spanish translation of an earlier report.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw, P.G.M. Van der Heijden, and G. G. Kreft. Homogeneity Analysis of Event History Data. Preprint Series 574, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2010. [PDF]


2009
  1. J. De Leeuw. Beyond Homogeneity Analysis. Preprint Series 563, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1988 chapter, with improved plots.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Month, Weekday, and Hour Effects in the Lebec Air Monitor Data. Preprint Series 558, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Regression, Discriminant Analysis, and Canonical Analysis with homals. Preprint Series 562, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Statistical Software - Overview. Preprint Series 570, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. The Lebec Air Monitor. Preprint Series 557, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw, K. Hornik, and P. Mair. Isotone Optimization in R: Pool-Adjacent-Violators Algorithm (PAVA) and Active Set Methods. Preprint Series 560, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  7. P. Mair and J. De Leeuw. A General Framework for Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling: The R Package aspect. Preprint Series 561, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


2008
  1. J. De Leeuw. APL in R. Preprint Series 546, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Accelerating Majorization Algorithms. Preprint Series 543, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Active Set Methods for Isotone Optimization. Preprint Series 549, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Derivatives of Fixed-Rank Approximations. Preprint Series 547, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Multilevel Analysis in R, with a Broken-line Example. Preprint Series 544, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Polynomial Extrapolation to Accelerate Fixed Point Algorithms. Preprint Series 542, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of a Finite Number of Curves. Preprint Series 545, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. Rate of Convergence of the Arithmetic-Geometric Mean Process. Preprint Series 550, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. The Multiway Package. Preprint Series 535, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Using Jacobi Plane Rotations in R. Preprint Series 556, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Multidimensional Scaling Using Majorization: SMACOF in R. Preprint Series 537, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


  12. P. Mair and J. De Leeuw. Rank and Set Restrictions for Homogeneity Analysis in R: the homals Package. Preprint Series 552, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2008. [PDF]


2007
  1. J. De Leeuw. A Horseshoe for Multidimensional Scaling. Preprint Series 530, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Correspondence Analysis of Archeological Abundance Matrices. Preprint Series 529, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Derivatives of Generalized Eigen Systems with Applications. Preprint Series 528, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Homogeneity Analysis in R: the Package homals. Preprint Series 525, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and P. Mair. Simple and Canonical Correspondence Analysis Using the R Package anacor. Preprint Series 531, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and S. Wang. Ozone Standard Exceedance Days in the South San Joaquin Valley. Preprint Series 527, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2007. [PDF]


2006
  1. J. De Leeuw. A Decomposition Method for Weighted Least Squares Low-Rank Approximation of Symmetric Matrices. Preprint Series 461, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Accelerated Least Squares Multidimensional Scaling. Preprint Series 493, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Building a Statistics Department. Preprint Series 456, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. Note: SCASA 2005 Keynote. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Distance-Based Transformation of Biplots. Preprint Series 460, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Geometric Representation of Multivariate Data Frames. Preprint Series 490, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Gifi Goes Logistic. Preprint Series 492, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Majorization Algorithms for Logit, Probit, and Tobit Models. Preprint Series 489, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. Majorizing Logit Loss Functions for the Multidimensional Representation of Categorical Data. Preprint Series 454, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. Multinormal Maximum Likelihood with a Covariance Bound. Preprint Series 457, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. On Degenerate Nonmetric Unfolding Solutions. Preprint Series 507, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. Note: LaTeX version of unpublished 1983 Data Theory report.[PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw. Pseudo-Voronoi Diagrams for Multicategory Exponential Representations. Preprint Series 463, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  12. J. De Leeuw. Quadratic and Cubic Majorization. Preprint Series 452, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  13. J. De Leeuw. R in Psychometrics and Psychometrics in R. Preprint Series 491, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. Note: Keynote Presentation Use R!. [PDF]


  14. J. De Leeuw. Sharp Quadratic Majorization in One Dimension. Preprint Series 503, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  15. J. De Leeuw. Sharp Quadratic Majorization in One Dimension. Preprint Series 464, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  16. J. De Leeuw. Some Majorization Techniques. Preprint Series 453, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. [PDF]


  17. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Random Coefficient Models for Multilevel Analysis. Preprint Series 496, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. Note: LaTeX version of published JEBS 1986 article.[PDF]


  18. J. De Leeuw and J. Lewis. Principal Component Analysis of Categorical Data, with Applications to Roll-Call Analysis. Preprint Series 455, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2006. Note: Marschak Colloquium Presentation. [PDF]


2005
  1. J. De Leeuw. Applications of Convex Analysis to Multidimensional Scaling. Preprint Series 448, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1977 chapter.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Data Modeling and Theory Construction. Preprint Series 445, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1990 chapter.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Gifi Goes Logistic. Preprint Series 449, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: SCASA 2005 Keynote. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Models and Techniques. Preprint Series 442, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1988 paper.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Models of Data. Preprint Series 440, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1984 paper.[PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling. Preprint Series 447, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1988 chapter.[PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis. Preprint Series 446, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: This is a LaTeX version of a published 1982 chapter.[PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis and Related Techniques. Preprint Series 427, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Senate Voting Patterns. Preprint Series 429, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Review of B.S. Everitt: An R and S-PLUS Companion to Multivariate Analysis. Preprint Series 434, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw. Review of F. Murtagh: Correspondence Analysis and Data Coding with Java and R. Preprint Series 433, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  12. J. De Leeuw. Review of I. Borg and P.J.F. Groenen: Modern Multidimensional Scaling (second edition). Preprint Series 432, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. [PDF]


  13. J. De Leeuw. The Obsidian Blade Sequence at El Ujuxte, a Late Preclassic Site on the South Cost of Guatemala. Preprint Series 431, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  14. J. De Leeuw and J.J. Meulman. A Special Jackknife for Multidimensional Scaling. Research Report RR-85-05, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2005. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


2004
  1. J. De Leeuw. Centering in Multilevel Models. Preprint Series 387, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Comments on Pardoe, Weitner, and Frase: Sentencing Convicted Felons in the United States: A Bayesian Aalysis using Multilevel Covariates. Preprint Series 385, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. High-Dimensional Regression. Preprint Series 395, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Homogeneity Analysis of Pavings. Preprint Series 389, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Linear Multilevel Models. Preprint Series 394, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Mixed Linear Models. Preprint Series 388, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Monotone Regression. Preprint Series 382, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Unfolding. Preprint Series 384, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw. On Abandoning XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 391, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Shepard Diagram. Preprint Series 383, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw. The Carroll-Arabie Taxonomy of Scaling Methods. Preprint Series 398, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  12. J. De Leeuw. Unidimensional Scaling. Preprint Series 381, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  13. K. Van Montfort and J. De Leeuw. Factor Analysis of Non-Normal Variables by Fitting Characteristic Functions. Preprint Series 397, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2004. [PDF]


2003
  1. R.A. Berk and J. De Leeuw. Multilevel Statistical Models and Ecological Scaling. Preprint Series 362, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Least Squares Optimal Scaling of Partially Observed Linear Systems. Preprint Series 360, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Preface to Berk. Preprint Series 344, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Binary Data. Applications to Roll-Call-Analysis. Preprint Series 364, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Review of Joop Hox: Multilevel Analysis. Preprint Series 358, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and R.A. Berk. Final Report to the EPA on Multilevel Models for Generalization. Preprint Series 345, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Weber Correspondence Analysis: The One-dimensional Case. Preprint Series 343, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  8. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Homogeneity Analysis Using Absolute Deviations. Preprint Series 346, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  9. L. Nandagiri and J. De Leeuw. Scaling Soil Water Retention Curves using a Correlation Coefficient Maximization Approach. Preprint Series 365, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2003. [PDF]


2002
  1. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. A Predictive Density Aapproach to Predicting a Future Observable in Multilevel Models. Preprint Series 339, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2002. [PDF]


  2. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. An Application of Multilevel Model Prediction to NELS-88. Preprint Series 341, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2002. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. Decomposition of Prediction Error in Multilevel Models. Preprint Series 332, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2002. [PDF]


  4. D. Afshartous and J. De Leeuw. Prediction in Multilevel Models. Preprint Series 331, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2002. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


2001
  1. J. De Leeuw. Reproducible Research: the Bottom Line. Preprint Series 301, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2001. [PDF]


2000
  1. J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Scaling. Preprint Series 274, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2000. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  2. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Data Visualization through Graph Drawing. Preprint Series 279, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 2000. [PDF]


1999
  1. J. De Leeuw. C-Wrappers in XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 250, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Dr. Armor's Regressions. Preprint Series 249, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Software for Multilevel Analysis. Preprint Series 239, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Graph Layout Techniques and Multidimensional Data Analysis. Preprint Series 248, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and G. Michailidis. Majorization Methods in Statistics. Preprint Series 264, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. [PDF]


1997
  1. R.A. Berk and J. De Leeuw. An Evaluation of California's Inmate Classification System using a Generalized Regression Discontinuity Design. Preprint Series 218, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1997. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Server-side Statistics Scripting using PHP/FI. Preprint Series 213, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1997. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. The UCLA Electronic Textbook and Modules. Preprint Series 214, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1997. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw, G. Michailidis, and D.Y. Wang. Correspondence and Component Analysis. Preprint Series 217, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1997. [PDF]


  5. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. A Regression Model for Multilevel Homogeneity Analysis. Preprint Series 212, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1997. [PDF]


1996
  1. J. De Leeuw. Here's Looking at Multivariables. Preprint Series 210, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. The UCLA Electronic Textbook: Java versus CGI. Preprint Series 208, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. Note: Just an abstract.[PDF]


  3. 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. Preprint Series 209, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. [PDF]


  4. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Constrained Homogeneity Analysis with Applications to Hierarchical Data. Preprint Series 207, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. [PDF]


  5. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Multilevel Homogeneity Analysis with Differential Weighting. Preprint Series 206, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  6. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. The Gifi system for Descriptive Multivariate Analysis. Preprint Series 204, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1995
  1. J. De Leeuw. Jackknifing in XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 170, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Models as Instruments, with Applications to Moment Structure Analysis. Preprint Series 168, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Regression Analysis in the Wilmington Case. Research Report 175, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: With the assistance of V. Lew, S. Bentow, M. McKeever. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. The UCLA Electronic Statistics Textbook. Preprint Series 201, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, and F.D. Bijleveld. Latent Variables, State Spaces, and Mixing. Preprint Series 181, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and F. Udina. High Quality Graphics from XLISP-STAT. Preprint Series 169, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


  7. G. Michailidis and J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis of NELS-88. Preprint Series 176, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1995. [PDF]


1994
  1. J. De Leeuw. Decomposition of Multivariables Using State-Space Models. Preprint Series 159, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Note: Lecture notes. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Statistics and the Sciences. Preprint Series 152, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Questioning Multilevel Models. Technical Report 31, National Institute of Statistical Sciences, Triangle Park, NC, 1994. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  4. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and L. S. Aiken. The Effect of Different Forms of Centering in Hierarchical Linear Models. Technical Report 30, National Institute of Statistical Sciences, Triangle Park, NC, 1994. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


1993
  1. F.D. Bijleveld, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, and J. De Leeuw. On Least Squares Optimization of Linear Dynamic Systems. Preprint Series 145, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Block Relaxation Algorithms in Statistics. Preprint 120, UCLA Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Fitting Distances by Least Squares. Preprint Series 130, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Looking for Remarkable Results. Preprint Series 128, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993.


  5. J. De Leeuw. Review of LADOT's Taxicab Service Level Evaluation Procedure. Preprint Series 101, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Some Generalizations of Correspondence Analysis. Preprint 123, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Multilevel Path Analysis. Preprint 125, UCLA Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993.


  8. J. De Leeuw and G. Liu. Majorization Algorithms for Mixed Model Analysis. Preprint 115, UCLA Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


  9. D.L. Hoffman and J. De Leeuw. A New Two-Stage Procedure for Analyzing a Brand Switching Matrix: One Approach to the Analysis of a Contingency Table. MSI Working Paper Series, Marketing Sciece Institute, 1993. [PDF]


  10. G. G. Kreft, L. S. Aiken, and J. De Leeuw. The Effect of Different Forms of Centering in Hierarchical Linear Models. Preprint Series 125, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. [PDF]


1992
  1. F.D. Bijleveld, C.C.J.H. Bijleveld, J. De Leeuw, and S. Oppe. Least Squares Optimization of Linear Dynamic Systems Using Majorization, Multiplier, and Quasi-Newton Methods. Preprint Series 84, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Reading Formatted Input in XLISP-STAT. Preprint 111, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. [PDF]


  3. D.L. Hoffman and J. De Leeuw. Interpreting Multiple Correspondence Analysis as a Multidimensional Scaling Method. Preprint Series 35-10-92, School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 1992. Note: Unpublished. [PDF]


  4. G.G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Gender Gap in Earnings: Preference or Discrimination ?. Preprint 100, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  5. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and R. Van der Leeden. Review of five multilevel analysis programs for the IBM PC. Research Report PRM-92-02, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodlogy, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1992.


  6. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw. Knot Selection in Fuzzy Non-Linear Multivariate Analysis. Statistiekreeks 92/04, NIPG.TNO, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1992. [PDF]


  7. R. Van der Leeden, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. An Approach to Fixed Factor Analysis. Preprint Series 97, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. Note: A published version is available.


  8. 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. Research Report PRM-92-03, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1992. Note: A published version is available.


  9. 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. Preprint 98, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1991
  1. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. Reduced Rank Models for Contingency Tables. Preprint 45, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1991. Note: A published version is available.


  2. S. Van Buuren and J. De Leeuw. Fitting Categorical Time Series. Preprint Series 93, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1991. [PDF]


1990
  1. J. De Leeuw. Information Theory and an Extension of the Maximum Likelihood Principle by Hirotogu Akaike. Preprint Series 59, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Note: A published version is available.


  2. D.L. Hoffman and J. De Leeuw. Geometrical Aspects of Multiple Correspondence Analysis: Implications for the Coordinate Scaling Debate. Preprint Series 49, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Note: A published version is available.


  3. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and K.-S. Kim. Comparing Four Different Statistical Packages for Linear Hierarchical Linear Regression: GENMOD, HLM, ML2, and VARCL. Preprint Series 50, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Note: A published version is available.


  4. G. G. Kreft, J. De Leeuw, and K.-S. Kim. Comparing Four Different Statistical Packages for Linear Hierarchical Linear Regression: GENMOD, HLM, ML2, and VARCL. CSE Technical Reporty 311, UCLA Center for Research on Evaluation, Dtandards, and Student Testing, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  5. T.P. Novak, J. De Leeuw, and B. MacEvoy. Richness Curves for Evaluating Market Segmentation. Preprint 55, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  6. S. Van Buuren and J. De Leeuw. Equality Constraints in Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Research Report PRM 07-90, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1990. [PDF]


  7. S. Van Buuren and J. De Leeuw. Equality Constraints in Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Preprint 54, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1990.


  8. P.G.M. Van der Heijden, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Constrained Latent Budget Analysis. ISOR Series 1, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1990. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1989
  1. L.G. Cooper, J. De Leeuw, and A.G. Sogomonian. An Imputation Method for Dealing with Missing Data in Regression. Preprint 38, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Fitting Reduced Rank Regression Models by Alternating Maximum Likelihood. Preprint 35, UCLA Department of Statistics, 1989. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and C.C.J.H. Bijleveld. Linear Dynamical Systems Analysis by Alternating Least Squares. Preprint 32, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. Note: A published version is available.


  4. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. Reduced Rank Models for Contingency Tables. Research Report PRM 04-89, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodlogy, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1989. Note: A published version is available.


  5. J. De Leeuw, P.G.M. Van der Heijden, and P. Verboon. A Latent Time-Budget Model. Preprint 34, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. Note: There is a published version available.


  6. A. Gifi. Algorithm Descriptions for ANACOR, HOMALS, PRINCALS, and OVERALS. Research Report RR-89-01, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1989. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym. [PDF]


  7. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Model-Based Ranking of Schools. Technical Report 297, Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  8. P.G.M. Van der Heijden, A. Mooijaart, and J. De Leeuw. Latent Budget Analysis. Research Report PRM 03-89, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodlogy, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1989. Note: A published version is available.


1988
  1. J. De Leeuw. Data Modeling and Theory Construction. Preprint 10, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1988. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Analysis with Linearizable Regressions. Preprint Series 1, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1988. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and C.C.J.H. Bijleveld. Fitting Longitudinal Reduced Rank Regression Models by Alternatng Least Squares. Research Report RR-88-03, Department of Data Theory, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1988. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. The Relation between In and Output Variables in Various Groups of Individuals. Preprint 20, UCLA Department of Statistics, 1988. [PDF]


  5. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Model-Based Ranking of Schools. Preprint 17, UCLA Department of Statistics, 1988. Note: There is a published version available.


  6. R.J.W. Tijssen and J. De Leeuw. Multi-set Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis via the Burt-Matrix. Research Report RR-88-12, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1988. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  7. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Redundancy Analysis. Research Report 88-1, Department of Education, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1988. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  8. 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. Preprint 11, UCLA Department of Statistics, Los Angeles, CA, 1988. Note: There is a published version available.


  9. P. Verboon, P.G.M. Van der Heijden, and J. De Leeuw. Een Model voor de Analyse van Latente Tijdbudgetten [A Model for the Analysis of Latent Time Budgets]. Research Report PRM 88-04, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1988. [PDF]


1987
  1. H. Coolen and J. De Leeuw. Least Squares Path Analysis with Optimal Scaling. Research Report RR-87-03, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Model Selection in Multinomial Experiments. Research Report RR-87-01, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw and C.C.J.H. Bijleveld. Fitting Reduced Rank Regression Models by Alternating Least Squares. Research Report RR-87-05, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. The Analysis of Time-Budgets with a Latent Time-Budget Model. Research Report RR-87-02, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  5. R.J.W. Tijssen, J. De Leeuw, and A.F.J. Van Raan. An Assessment of Citation-based Influences between Journals with the Quasisymmetry Model. Report, LISBON, Leiden University, 1987.


  6. R.J.W. Tijssen, J. De Leeuw, and A.F.J. Van Raan. Residual Analysis of the Quasi-symmetry Model: Applications in Citation-Based Assessment of Journal Influences. Research Report RR-87-12, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. [PDF]


  7. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis with K Sets of Variables. Research Report 87-8, Department of Education, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1987. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  8. E. Van der Burg and J. De Leeuw. Use of the Multinomial Jackknife and Bootstrap in Generalized Nonlinear Canonical Correlation Analysis. Research Report 87-4, Department of Education, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1987. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  9. 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. Research Report PRM-87-06, Department of Psychometrics and Research Methodlogy, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1987. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1986
  1. D. Chhetry, J. De Leeuw, and A.R. Sampson. Monotone Correlation and Monotone Disjunct Pieces. Technical Report 86-04, Depart of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1986. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. A Multidimensional Scaling Approach to Multivariate Analysis. Research Report RR-86-06, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Kwantificeren en Meten in de Sociale en Gedragswetenschappen [Quantification and Measurement in the Social and Behavioral Sciences]. Research Report RR-86-02, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling. Research Report RR-86-01, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1986. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis with Optimal Scaling. Research Report RR-86-03, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Nonlinear Path Analysis with Optimal Scaling. Research Report RR-86-04, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw and D. Nierop. De Analyse van Verloopscurven met Additieve en Multiplicatieve Modellen [The Analysis of Growth Curves with Additive and Multiplicative Models]. Research Report RR-86-08, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986.


  8. G. G. Kreft, H. Bronkhorst, C. Van Dullemen, and J. De Leeuw. Maken Scholen Verschil? [Do Schools Make a Difference?]. SOR-report 101, PDI, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  9. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Het Schatten van Schooleffecten [Estimating School Effects]. SOR Reeks 1, Samenwerkingsverband Onderwijskunde Randstand, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  10. R.J.W. Tijssen, J. De Leeuw, and A.F.J. Van Raan. Quasi-correspondence Analysis of Scientometric Transaction Matrices. Research Report RR-86-11, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  11. E. Van der Burg, J. De Leeuw, and R. Verdegaal. Homogeneity analysis with k Sets of Variables. Research Report 86-5, Department of Education, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


  12. J. Van der Pol and J. De Leeuw. A Multivariate Estimation Model for Normal Correlation in Discrete Ordered Variables. Research Report 701, Postal Giro/National Savings Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1986. [PDF]


1985
  1. P. Bekker and J. De Leeuw. The Rank of Reduced Dispersion Matrices. Research Memo 187, Department of Economics, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Gemeentetypen en Lineariteit [Community Types and Linearity]. Research Report RR-85-11, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Hierarchical Path Models with Random Coefficients. Research Report RR-85-03, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Individuele Verschillen en Ongelijkheid [Individual Differences and Inequality]. Research Report RR-85-22, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Jackknife and Bootstrap in Multinomial Situations. Research Report RR-85-16, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis with a Singular Weight Matrix. Research Report RR-85-18, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. The Null-Space of a Partitioned Matrix. Research Report RR-85-17, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw and B. Bettonvil. An Upper Bound for SSTRESS. Research Note RR-85-01, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  9. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. De Definitie en Kwantifikatie van de School-loopbaan [The Definition and Quantification of the Schoolcareers]. Research Note RR-85-20, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Random Coefficient Models for Multilevel Analysis. Research Note RR-85-02, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  11. J. De Leeuw and J.J. Meulman. Alternative Approximations in Principal Component Analysis. Research Report RR-85-13, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  12. J. De Leeuw, A. Mooijaart, and R. Van der Leeden. Fixed Factor Score Models with Linear Restrictions. Research Report RR-85-06, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  13. J. De Leeuw and E. Van der Burg. The Permutational Limit Distribution of Generalized Canonical Correlations. Research Report RR-85-04, Department of Data Theory, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: There is a published version available. [PDF]


  14. J. De Leeuw, E. Van der Burg, and B. Bettonvil. Vergelijking VJTJ en SMVO m.b.v. niet-lineaire multivariate technieken [Comparison VJTJ and SMVO using Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis]. Research Report RR-85-10, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  15. J. De Leeuw and P.G.M. Van der Heijden. Quasi-Correspondence Analysis. Research Report RR-85-19, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  16. A. Gifi. ANACOR. Research Report UG-85-04, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


  17. A. Gifi. PRINCALS. Research Report UG-85-03, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym. [PDF]


  18. A.C. Meester and J. De Leeuw. Het Talentenproject Opnieuw Bekeken [A New Look at the ``Talenten Project'']. Research Report RR-85-12, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  19. B.M.S. Van Praag, J. De Leeuw, and T. Kloek. The Population Sample Decomposition Approach to Multivariate Estimation Methods. Report 8531/A, Economic Institute, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: Identical to the Data Theory version.


  20. B.M.S. Van Praag, J. De Leeuw, and T. Kloek. The Population Sample Decomposition Approach to Multivariate Estimation Methods. Research Report RR-85-15, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  21. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel, J. De Leeuw, and B. Bettonvil. Recovery and Stability in Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis. Research Report RR-85-21, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. [PDF]


  22. P.G.M. Van der Heijden and J. De Leeuw. Correspondence Analysis used Complimentary to Loglinear Analysis. Report PRM 85-03, Department of Psychology, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: A published version is available.


  23. F. Van der Pol and J. De Leeuw. A Latent Markov model to Correct for Measurement Error. Report 9039-85-M1-1, CBS, Voorburg, The Netherlands, 1985. Note: A published version is available.


  24. J. Van der Pol and J. De Leeuw. Aspects of the Estimation of the Polychoric Correlation Coefficient. Research Report 334, Postal Giro/National Savings Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1985.


1984
  1. J. De Leeuw. Beyond Homogeneity Analysis. Research Note RR-84-08, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Convergence of Majorization Algorithms for Multidimensional Scaling. Research Note RR-84-07, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Least Squares and Maximum Likelihood for Causal Models with Discrete Variables. Research Note RR-84-09, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Statistical Properties of Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Research Report RR-84-06, Department of Data Theory, University of Leiden, 1984. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and G. G. Kreft. Over Multilevel Analyse [About Multilevel Analysis]. Research Note RR-84-10, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw and N. Verhelst. Maximum Likelihood Estimation in Generalized Rasch Models. Research Note RR-84-11, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw, P.A. Vroon, A.C. Meester, and J.L. Leyten. Correlation Between Raven Progressive Matrices Test Scores of Fathers and Sons. Research Note RR-84-05, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. Note: A published version is available.[PDF]


  8. A. Gifi. Applied Multidimensional Data Analysis. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1984.


  9. G. G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Emancipatie en Bevolkingsproblematiek: een Secondaire Analyse mbv OVERALS [Emancipation and Population Problems: a Secondary Analysis with OVERALS]. Research Note RR-84-04, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1984. [PDF]


  10. G.G. Kreft and J. De Leeuw. Niet-lineaire Multivariate Analyse van Gegevens uit het MHNO/MSPO Project [Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis of Data from the MHNO/MSPO Research]. Research Report DSWO/R-84/7, DSWO, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


  11. B.M.S. Van Praag and J. De Leeuw. Multivariate Estimators under Minimal Assumptions and the PSD Approach. Report 82.18, Center for Research in Public Economics, Leiden University, 1984. Note: Revised version.


  12. E. Van der Burg, J. De Leeuw, and R. Verdegaal. Nonlinear Canonical Correlation with m Sets of Variables. Research Report RR-84-12, Department of Data Theory, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984. [PDF]


1983
  1. J. De Leeuw. On Degenerate Multidimensional Unfolding Solutions. Research Report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1983.


  2. A. Gifi. How To Use Albert Gifi II. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1983. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


  3. A. Gifi. PRINCALS Users Guide. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1983. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


1982
  1. A. Gifi. ANACOR Users Guide. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1982. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


  2. A. Gifi. How To Use Albert Gifi. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1982. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


  3. I. Stoop and J. De Leeuw. How to Use SMACOF-Ib. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1982.


1981
  1. A. Gifi. HOMALS Users Guide. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1981. Note: This is a publication under a collective pseudonym.


  2. I. Stoop, W.J. Heiser, and J. De Leeuw. How to Use SMACOF-Ia. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1981.


1979
  1. W.J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. How to Use SMACOF-I. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1979. Note: Revised version.


  2. W.J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. How to Use SMACOF-III. A Program for Metric Multidimensional Unfolding. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1979. [PDF]


  3. W. J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. Multidimensional Mapping of Preference Data. Research Note, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1979. [PDF]


  4. P.M. Kroonenberg and J. De Leeuw. Principal Component Analysis of Three-mode Data by Means of Alternating Least Squares Algorithms, Including Proofs. Research Note 001-79, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1979. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  5. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw. An Outline of PRINCALS. Research Note 002-79, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1979. [PDF]


1978
  1. J.L.A. Van Rijckevorsel and J. De Leeuw. An Outline to HOMALS-I. Research Note 002-78, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1978. [PDF]


  2. F.W. Young, J. De Leeuw, and Y. Takane. Quantifying Qualitative Data (Revised). Report 149, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapell Hill, N.C., 1978. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1977
  1. J. De Leeuw and J. Walter. Optimal Scaling of Continuous Numerical Data. Research Report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1977. [PDF]


  2. W.J. Heiser and J. De Leeuw. How to Use SMACOF-I. Technical report, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1977. [PDF]


  3. P.M. Kroonenberg and J. De Leeuw. TUCKALS2: A Principal Component Analysis of Three-Mode Data. Research Note 001-77, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1977. [PDF]


1976
  1. J. De Leeuw and S. Oppe. Cross Table Analysis: Loglinear Poisson Models for Weighted Numbers. Report R-76-31, SWOV, Leidschendam, The Netherlands, 1976. [PDF]


  2. F.W. Young, J. De Leeuw, and Y. Takane. Quantifying Qualitative Data. Report 149, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapell Hill, N.C., 1976. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1975
  1. J. De Leeuw and S. Oppe. Analyse van Kruistabellen: Loglineaire Poisson Modellen voor Gewogen Aantallen [Analysis of Cross-Tables: Loglinear Poisson Models for Weighted Numbers]. Report, SWOV, Leidschendam, Netherlands, 1975. Note: There is an English version available.


  2. J. De Leeuw, F.W. Young, and Y. Takane. Additive Structure in Qualitative Data: An Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Report 140, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapell Hill, N.C., 1975. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  3. Y. Takane, F.W. Young, and J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Individual Differences Multidimensional Scaling: An Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Report 147, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapell Hill, N.C., 1975. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


  4. F.W. Young, J. De Leeuw, and Y. Takane. Multiple and Canonical Regression with a Mix of Qualitative and Quantitative Variables: An Alternating Least Squares Method with Optimal Scaling Features. Report 146, L.L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, 1975. Note: A published version is available. [PDF]


1974
  1. J. De Leeuw. Approximation of a Real Symmetric Matrix by a Positive Semidefinite Matrix of Rank r. Technical Memorandum TM-74-1229-10, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1974. Note: Hand-written notes in the text by Joe Kruskal.[PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Finding a Positive Semidefinite Matrix of Prescribed Rank r in a Nonlinear Differentiable Manifold. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1974. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. On Unfolding: Part I. Some Methods for External Analysis. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1974.


  4. J. De Leeuw. The Balanced Least Squares Transformation. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1974. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw and S. Pruzansky. A New Computational Method to Fit the Weighted Euclidean Distance Model. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, 1974. Note: A published version is available.


1973
  1. J. De Leeuw. A Generalization of the Young-Whittle Model. Research Report 006-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1973. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Bounds for Normalized Phi. Research Note 003-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1973.


  3. J. De Leeuw. Bounds for SFORM1: Part I. Research Note 002-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1973. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Bounds for SFORM1: Part II. Research Note 004-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1973.


  5. J. De Leeuw. Estimation in Latent Class Analysis. Research Note 001-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1973. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Limit Distributions Connected with MDSCAL. Research Note 005-73, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1973.


  7. J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Scaling with Rearrangement Methods. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1973.


  8. J. De Leeuw. Sensitivity Analysis of CANDECOMP. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1973.


  9. J. De Leeuw. Smoothness Properties of Nonmetric Loss Functions. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1973. Note: With notes by Joe Kruskal and Jim Lingoes. [PDF]


  10. J. De Leeuw. Some Contributions to INDSCAL. Technical Memorandum, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., 1973.


1972
  1. J. De Leeuw. Finite Decision Learning. Research Note 002-72, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1972. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Probabilistic Concept Learning. Research Note 001-72, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1972. [PDF]


1971
  1. J. De Leeuw. Canonical Analysis of Contingency Tables. Research Note 002-71, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1971. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Canonical Analysis of Multiple Time Series. Research Note 001-71, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1971. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Chi-square: A Short Review. Research Note 003-71, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1971. [PDF]


1970
  1. L.F.W. De Klerk, J. De Leeuw, and S. Oppe. Functional Learning. Report EJ 024-70, Psychological Institute, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1970.


  2. J. De Leeuw. The Euclidean Distance Model. Research Note 002-70, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1970. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. The Positive Orthant Method for Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling. Research Report 001-70, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1970. [PDF]


1969
  1. J. De Leeuw. Likelihood Ratio Tests for Probabilistic Concept Learning. Research Note 002-69, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1969. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. On a Generalization of the Logistic Function. Research Note 001-69, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1969. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Some Contributions to the Analysis of Categorical Data. Research Note 004-69, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1969. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. The Linear Nonmetric Model. Research Note 003-69, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1969. [PDF]


1968
  1. L.F.W. De Klerk, J. De Leeuw, and S. Oppe. Functional Learning. Report E 020-68, Psychological Institute, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1968. [PDF]


  2. J. De Leeuw. Canonical Discriminant Analysis of Relational Data. Research Note 007-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]


  3. J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Discriminant Analysis. Research Note 06-68, Department of Data Theory, University of Leiden, 1968. [PDF]


  4. J. De Leeuw. Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling. Research Note 010-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]


  5. J. De Leeuw. Notes on the Definition of a Concept. Research Note 001-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]


  6. J. De Leeuw. Probabilistic Concept Learning. Research Note 002-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]


  7. J. De Leeuw. Rotations to Optimize Continuity. Research Note 009-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]


  8. J. De Leeuw. The Effect of a Cut-off Strategy on the Alpha-prime Measure. Research Note 003-68, Department of Data Theory FSW/RUL, 1968. [PDF]



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