Comment on “A Conditional Dependence Adjusted Weights of Evidence Model” by Minfeng Deng in Natural Resources Research 18(2009), 249–258
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Instructive discussions on marginal odds with Prof. Peter E. Jupp, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, are gratefully acknowledged.
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