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Topic: Liner Regression
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Re: Liner Regression
Posted: May 25, 2012 7:08 PM
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"Loukas " <> wrote in message <jpovs7$ntj$>...
> Hi,
> I was using excel to run a mulitiple linear regression analysis to predict a dependent variable Y from multiple independent variables. When I am trying to replicate the same regression using matlab " [b,bint,r,rint,stats] = regress(Y,X) "I am taking different results( coefficient, R2 )
> Could you please tell me which is the most relevant function to replicate the regression?
> If you have experience using regression in matlab your ideas are welcome ?
> My target is to create a multiple linear regression model (OLS) any code is more than welcome !!!!!
> Thanks


The ?Help? entry for ?regress? includes:

?Note When computing statistics, X should include a column of 1s so that the model contains a constant term. The F statistic and its p value are computed under this assumption, and they are not correct for models without a constant. The R2 statistic can be negative for models without a constant, indicating that the model is not appropriate for the data.?

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