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by eric

I start with 9 independent variables in my linear regression. However, I find that the overall F test value is not having significant P value and some variables are highly correlated. Thus I discarded five independent variables and get both significant...
From: Stats Stack Exchange | By: Eric | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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When performing chi-squared independence tests, why do 2x2 tests always have every residual value (o-e) equal? Why is this not true for tests with unequal amounts of rows and columns?
From: Stats Stack Exchange | By: Eric | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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