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### Chapter11a

Course: STAT 3201, Fall 2005
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Chapter EXST3201 11a Chapter 11 : Model checking and refinement Geaghan Fall 2005: Page 1 This chapter is primarily concerned with diagnostics for individual observations. Previously, we have been concerned primarily with evaluating the model (ANOVA source table) and the individual variables, their significance (extra ss and various tests), multicolinearity (VIF and Condition number), relative measures of...

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EXST3201 Chapter 11b Chapter 11 : Model checking and refinementGeaghanFall 2005: Page 1An example: Blood-brain barrier study on rats This study investigates the permeability of the blood-brain barrier to medication. Rats were given cells that w
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EXST7034 : Regression Techniques Multiple RegressionDiagnostic variables and criteriaGeaghan Page 1Criteria for the interpretation of selected statistics from the SAS output A) General regression diagnostics n 1 2 1) Adjusted R2 : Radj = 1 n p
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EXST3201 Chapter 12a Chapter 12 : Variable selectionGeaghanFall 2005: Page 1An example: State SAT scores In 1982 there was concern for scores of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores that varied greatly between states. Researchers decided
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