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Topic: GLM Saturated Model Question
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SChapman

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GLM Saturated Model Question
Posted: Mar 31, 2013 3:44 PM
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In the chapter on Analysis of Deviance on Generalized Linear Models I came across 'Saturated Model' - a model that includes as many parameters as the number of observations.

1) I am having difficulty visualising Saturated model. Can someone please give me the Saturated model in terms of Yi, X1i, X2i etc?

2) Since I am unable to visualise the saturated model, I can't appreciate the fact that the for the saturated model the fitted value is in fact the actual response value.

Thanks in advance.

S



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