### TABLE 2 THE MODELS OF INJURY SEVERITY USING THE ORDERED PROBIT METHOD.............................12

2004

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### Table 4. Marginal effects in injury severity ordered probit model with rural only.

"... In PAGE 8: ...8 roadways in rural areas. The marginal effects of each significant explanatory variable on each severity level are listed in Table4 . Roadway characteristics contributing to increased injury severity include straight grades and curved grades.... In PAGE 9: ... This result is consistent with an overall decrease in crash severity for the entire HSIS crash file. The marginal effects of significant variables are listed in Table4 . These show how severity probabilities change with a unit change in the explanatory variable while holding all other variables at their means.... ..."

### Table IV: Calculated LDA equation of state parameters for several ordered cubic inter- metallic alloys.

### Table V: Calculated and experimental LDA elastic constants for several ordered intermetal- lic alloys.

### Table 1. Histograms of empirical orders for several models Model Expression Histogram

"... In PAGE 8: ... Thus we got 18 empirical orders, one for each country, which we used to generate a histogram. Table1 lists the models we examined. The column labelled Histogram lists the number of subjects (countries) that had empirical orders 1 to 6.... ..."

### Table 4.3: Estimated orders of several schemes for the smooth case.

### Table 2 reports several order statistics (columns 3{7) and the sample mean of the relative error jNn ^ Nnj

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table 2 reports several order statistics (columns 3{7) and the sample mean of the relative error jNn ^ Nnj Nn (column 2), where ^ Nn is either ^ NE n or ^ NH2 n . All results are expressed in Table2 : Mean and percentiles of jNn ^ Nnj=Nn Trace Mean 25 50 75 90 95 video1 ^ NE n 6.82 1.... ..."

### Table 2 reports several order statistics (columns 3{7) and the sample mean of the relative error jNn ^ Nnj

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table 2 reports several order statistics (columns 3{7) and the sample mean of the relative error jNn ^ Nnj Nn (column 2), where ^ Nn is either ^ NE n or ^ NH2 n . All results are expressed in Table2 : Mean and percentiles of jNn ^ Nnj=Nn Trace Mean 25 50 75 90 95 video1 ^ NE n 6.82 1.... ..."

### Table 5. Final crash severity model (ordered logistic regression) Variable Coef. Std. Err. P-Value

2006

"... In PAGE 8: ... Crash Severity An ordered logistic regression model was estimated using the pooled data after filtering the zero crash observations. The estimation results are shown in Table5 . The table only includes a final model, wherein control variables not exhibiting statistical significance at the 0.... In PAGE 14: ... Descriptive statistics for variables used in the Ordered Logistic Regression Table 4. Final crash occurrence model (linear fixed effects) Table5 . Final crash severity model (ordered logistic regression)... ..."

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### Table 3.1: L1 error on point values for several fourth order schemes

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