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Unformatted text preview: Model Building in Linear Regression Histogram The whole data is divided into a number of classes and the frequency of each class is found Let n be the total frequency, f i be the frequency of class i and w i be the width of class i. The relative frequency density of class i (fd i ) is defined as fd i = f i /(n*w i ) For each class i, a bar of height fd i is drawn. The total area under a relative frequency histogram is 1. The choice of the number of classes and the class width is important for construction of histograms A histogram with improperly chosen number of class intervals/ class width can convey wrong information. Histogram Sturges Rule : Choose the number of classes as [log 2 n]+1 where [.] is the greatest integer less than equal to n Scotts rule: Choose the class width to be 3.5 s/n 1/3 FreedmanDiaconis Rule: Choose the class width to be 2 IQR/n 1/3 Multicollinearity Some of the explanatory variables are strongly interrelated among themselves. Result: The estimates of the regression coefficients are not precise. Some of the interrelated variables need to removed from the model. Detecting Multicollinearity Multicollinearity is suspected if : There is high correlation among some of the exploratory variables....
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