Analyzing data using the chance-corrected beta-binomial model: Parameter estimates and their confidence regions

John Castura/ August 6, 2019/ Poster/ 0 comments

Data arising from replicated sensory discrimination test methods with a correct response are often modelled using the chance-corrected beta-binomial distribution. The model can provide maximum likelihood estimates of the mean proportion of correct responses in the population (and discriminal distances under Thurstonian assumptions) and of the assessor heterogeneity (overdispersion). Both of these parameters are estimated with uncertainty. Previously uncertainty associated

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