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%A Victor Hugo Lachos, Davila
%A Larissa Avila, Matos
%A Thais Silva, Barbosa
%A Aldo William Medina, Garay
%A Dipak, Dey
%D 2017
%T Dataset for: Influence Diagnostics in Spatial Models with Censored Response
%U https://wiley.figshare.com/articles/dataset/Dataset_for_Influence_Diagnostics_in_Spatial_Models_with_Censored_Response/5284417
%R 10.6084/m9.figshare.5284417.v1
%2 https://wiley.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/9050275
%K Censored data
%K Geostatistical data
%K SAEM Algorithm
%K Influential observations
%X Environmental data are often spatially correlated and sometimes include observations below or above detection limits (i.e., censored values reported as less or more than a level of detection). Existing
research mainly concentrate on parameter estimation using Gibbs sampling, and most researches conducted from a frequentist perspective in spatial censored models are elusive. In this paper, we propose an exact estimation procedure to obtain the maximum likelihood estimates of the fixed effects and variance
components, using a stochastic approximation of the EM (SAEM) algorithm (Delyon et al., 1999). This
approach permits estimation of the parameters of spatial linear models when censoring is present in an
easy and fast way. As a byproduct, predictions of unobservable values of the response variable are possible. Motivated by this algorithm, we develop local and global influence measures on the basis of the conditional expectation of the complete-data log-likelihood function which eliminates the complexity associated with the approach of Cook (1977, 1986) for spatial censored models. Some useful perturbation schemes are discussed. The newly developed method is illustrated using data from a dioxin contaminated site in Missouri that contain left-censored data as well as a dataset related to depths of a geological horizon that contains both left- and right-censored observations. In addition, a simulation study is presented that, explores the accuracy of the proposed measures in detecting influential observations under different perturbation schemes. The methodology addressed in this paper is implemented in the R package CensSpatial.