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 hcistats:multipleregression [2014/08/14 05:26]Koji Yatani hcistats:multipleregression [2014/08/14 05:26] (current)Koji Yatani Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2014/08/14 05:26 Koji Yatani 2014/08/14 05:26 Koji Yatani 2014/07/23 06:37 Koji Yatani [Interaction effects in multiple regression] 2014/07/23 06:36 Koji Yatani [Interaction effects in multiple regression] 2014/07/23 06:35 Koji Yatani [Model selection example] 2014/07/23 06:34 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:33 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:32 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:25 Koji Yatani 2014/07/23 06:22 Koji Yatani created 2014/08/14 05:26 Koji Yatani 2014/08/14 05:26 Koji Yatani 2014/07/23 06:37 Koji Yatani [Interaction effects in multiple regression] 2014/07/23 06:36 Koji Yatani [Interaction effects in multiple regression] 2014/07/23 06:35 Koji Yatani [Model selection example] 2014/07/23 06:34 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:33 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:32 Koji Yatani [Introduction] 2014/07/23 06:25 Koji Yatani 2014/07/23 06:22 Koji Yatani created Line 1: Line 1: ======Multiple Regression====== ======Multiple Regression====== + \\ =====Introduction===== =====Introduction===== Multiple regression is a method to build a model described by more than one variable. In many cases, the model you are interested in is linear, so you can think this as an extension of [[HCIstats:​LinearRegression|linear regression]]. But you can include non-linear terms if you want to. In this page, I only explain the procedure of linear multiple regression, but the procedure of the non-linear version is basically the same (well, if you have a term of the multiplication of two factors, things become different. For more details, see the Interaction section of this page). Multiple regression is a method to build a model described by more than one variable. In many cases, the model you are interested in is linear, so you can think this as an extension of [[HCIstats:​LinearRegression|linear regression]]. But you can include non-linear terms if you want to. In this page, I only explain the procedure of linear multiple regression, but the procedure of the non-linear version is basically the same (well, if you have a term of the multiplication of two factors, things become different. For more details, see the Interaction section of this page). 