hw1a - STA 6127 HW#1 Due Jan 28 Multiple Regression...

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STA 6127 – HW#1 – Due Jan. 28 Multiple Regression Download the Japanese emigration dataset. Import the dataset into SPSS. The variables in the dataset (and their “columns”) are: Prefecture 1-20 Emigrants 23-25 /* Per 1 million residents */ % land cultivated by tenant farmers 32-33 % change in ratio of tenant farmlands 37-41 Average area of arable land per farm 45-49 # of government labors working in Hawaii 52-57 /* in 100s */ Existence of pioneer immigrants 65 /* 1=Yes, 0=No */ The response variable is EMIGRANT RATE. The k=5 predictor variables can be broken into 3 “groups”: POVERTY (the 2 variables concerning tenant farming), POPULATION PRESSURE (area of land per farm), and INFORMATION (the 2 variables concerning workers in Hawaii and the Dummy variable for Pioneer immigrants). 1. Obtain partial regression plots for each of the predictor variables and interpret. a)
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course STA 6126 taught by Professor Yesilcay during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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