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When the confidence interval around standardized coefficients has value 0 this can be easily seen on the chart of normalized coefficients , the weight of a variable in the model is not significant. This coefficient is the order 1 autocorrelation coefficient and is used to check that the residuals of the model are not autocorrelated, given that the independence of the residuals is one of the basic hypotheses of linear regression. Where the constant of the model is set, the comparison is made with respect to the model for which the dependent variable is equal to the constant which has been set. If validation data have been selected, they are displayed at the end of the table. For a stepwise selection, the statistics corresponding to the different steps are displayed. The selection process starts by adding the variable with the largest contribution to the model the criterion used is Student’s t statistic.

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Two-stage least squares regression. The Mean Absolute Percentage Error.

This coefficient, whose value is between 0 and 1, is only displayed if the constant of the model has not been fixed by the user. The sums of squares in the Type I table always add up to the model SS.

Homoscedasticity and independence of the error terms are key hypotheses in linear regression where it is assumed that the variances of the error terms are independent and identically distributed and normally distributed. Validation of the hypothesis of linre regression Use the various tests proposed in the results of linear regression to check retrospectively that the underlying hypotheses have been correctly verified.

The variables are then removed from the model following the procedure used for stepwise selection.

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Variable selection in linear regression It is possible to select the variables that are part of the model using one of the four available methods in XLSTAT: The procedure starts by simultaneously adding doftware variables.

The adjusted determination coefficient for the model.

If a second variable is such that the probability associated with its t is less than the “Probability for entry”, it is added to the model.

Press’ statistic is only displayed if the corresponding option has been activated in the dialog box. Where the best model for a number of variables varying from p to q has been selected, the best model for each number or variables is displayed with the corresponding statistics and the best model for the criterion chosen is displayed in bold.

The user can refer to a table of Durbin-Watson statistics to check if the independence hypothesis for the residuals is acceptable.

Use the various tests proposed in the results of linear regression to check retrospectively that the underlying hypotheses have been correctly verified. The linear regression hypotheses are that the errors e i follow the same normal distribution N 0,s and are independent.

Goodness of fit statistics: Where the constant linreb the model is not set to a given value, the explanatory power is evaluated by comparing the fit as regards least squares of the final model with the fit of the rudimentary model including only a constant equal to the mean of the dependent variable.

Nonparametric regression Kernel and Lowess. The lower the probability, the larger the contribution of the variable to the model, all the other variables already being in the model.

It is used to visualize the influence that progressively adding explanatory variables has on the fitting of the model, as regards the sum of the squares of the errors SSEthe mean of the squares of the errors MSEFisher’s F, or the probability associated with Fisher’s F. If validation data have been selected, they are displayed at the end of the table. It is a model selection criterion which penalizes models for which adding new explanatory variables does not supply sufficient information to the model, the information being measured through the MSE.

This coefficient is the order 1 autocorrelation coefficient and is used to check that the residuals of the model are not autocorrelated, given that the independence of the residuals is one of the basic hypotheses of linear regression. The same for a third variable. The determination coefficient for the model. The parameters of the model table: Furthermore, the user can choose several “criteria” to determine the best model: A large difference between the two shows that the model is sensitive to the presence or absence of certain observations in the model Type I SS table: The principle of linear regression is to model a quantitative dependent variable Y through a linear combination of p quantitative explanatory variables, X 1X 2…, X p.

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Where the constant of the model is set, the comparison is made with respect to the model for which the dependent variable is equal to the constant which has been set. The procedure is the same as for stepwise selection except that variables are only added and never removed.

The higher the absolute value of a coefficient, the more important the weight of the corresponding variable. When the confidence interval around standardized coefficients has value 0 this can be easily seen on the chart of normalized coefficientsthe weight of a variable in the model is not significant.

Related features Distribution fitting. This criterion, proposed by Akaike is derived from the information theory and uses Kullback and Leibler’s measurement The predictions and residuals table shows, for each observation, its weight, the value of the qualitative explanatory variable, if there is only one, the observed value of the dependent variable, the model’s prediction, the residuals, the confidence intervals together with the adjusted prediction if the corresponding options have been activated in the dialog box.