Date: Nov 27, 2012 3:26 PM
Author: Ray Koopman
Subject: Re: Holy Cow! Look at your "average a1" slope regressed on Len Int

On Nov 27, 12:16 pm, djh <halitsk...@att.net> wrote:
> If you have a moment, regress your "average a1" on LenInt:

Do you mean "average slope",
as opposed to the literal "average a1"?

>
> LenInt "average a1"
> 1 -0.487393513
> 2 -0.178292604
> 3 -0.164174277
> 4 -0.088771216
> 5 -0.104084177
> 6 -0.043135845
> 7 0.02423492
> 8 -0.021704118
> 9 0.097815884
> 10 -0.03499833
> 11 -0.01778355
> 12 -0.013260234
>
> These data are for a1_N_1_S (fold a1, nonrandom method, dicodon set 1,
> dicodon subset S),
> and underlying regression is c on (u', u'^2), where u' = u/(1+u).
>
> I have to believe that you're picking up on something quite strongly
> here, but of course,
> will have to wait to see what happens when all folds, sets, subsets
> are done.