by admin | Jun 16, 2019 | Ridge Regression

Welcome to your Ridge Regression Name E mail In regression, a beta weight is the: Slope of the regression line when the DV and IV have both been standardised Regression constant Regression coefficient b1 Slope of the regression line calculated from the raw data The...
by admin | Jun 14, 2019 | F-Test

Welcome to your F-test Name E mail General methods defined for comparison of likelyhood of an event between two groups are of 2 types 3 types 4 types 5 types Value of probability ranges between 0 and 1 +1 and -1 0 and ∞ -∞ and &+∞ For data set x equals to 95, 85, 80,...
by admin | Jun 14, 2019 | Normal Ditribution and Binomial Distribution

Welcome to your Normal and Binomial Distribution Name E mail Normal distribution is symmetric about? Variance Mean Standard deviation Covariance For a standard normal variate the value of mean is ? ∞ 1 0 Not Defined Skewness of normal distribution is ? Negative...
by admin | Jun 14, 2019 | Cross Tabs, Contingency tables, Scatter Plot

Welcome to your Crosstabs, Scatter Plot Name E mail 1: In cross-tab, number of columns is dependent on Rows Attributes Relationship Actual data 2: A cross-tabulation table is different from Relational tables Irrelational tables Query tables Structured tables 3: In...
by admin | Jun 14, 2019 | Cross Tabs, Contingency tables, Scatter Plot

Crosstabs To describe a single categorical variable, we use frequency tables. To describe the relationship between two categorical variables, we use a special type of table called a cross-tabulation. This type of table is also known as a: Crosstab. Two-way table....