Jens Kahlenberg <kahlenberg@WISO.UNI-KOELN.DE>
wrote, in part,
I am new in these lists.
I am concerned with bivariate generalized linear models. In
particular, my focus is on bivariate logit or probit models,
i.e. models with two dependent 0-1-variables.
Here my questions:
2. In that context: Does anybody know any good literature
about these models? Often "bivariate" is being confused with
"multiple" (with two regression covariates), so I suffer
some problems of finding the right literature.
Jens, it may help your searches to know that most of the
statisticians that I know use the term multivariate to describe
the general case of what you mean when you say bivariate,
although I have discovered to my embarrassment that this
convention is not universally honored. In this usage, however,
when my friends speak of a Multivariate General Linear Model
they mean multiple (two or more) dependent variables, for example.
If you were to repeat your searches substituting multivariate
for bivariate you might find find more articles.