Select the results to display for Fit Regression Model

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Display of results
  • Basic tables: Display tables that are consistent with Release 16 regression.
  • Simple tables: Display the simpler version of all tables.
  • Expanded tables: Display the expanded versions of the ANOVA, the Coefficients, the Model summary, and the Fits and Diagnostics tables.
Method
Display a table that summarizes the non-default settings.
Analysis of variance
Display the ANOVA table that includes the sums of squares by source and the p-values.
Model summary
Display statistics that evaluate the model fit, including R2.
Coefficients
Display the coefficients, standard error of the coefficients, the t-values, the p-values, and the VIF's. If your model contains categorical predictors, the drop-down list is enabled so that you can control how many coefficients for categorical predictors are in the table.
  • Default coefficients: Display all the linearly independent coefficients of the categorical predictors.
  • Full set of coefficients: Display the coefficients for all levels of the categorical predictors, which includes the final, linearly dependent, level.
Regression equation
Display the regression equation. If your model contains categorical predictors, the drop-down list is enabled so that you can control how many equations are displayed.
  • Separate equation for each set of factor levels: Display a separate equation for each combination of categorical predictors.
  • Single equation: Display one equation that includes all the levels of all the categorical predictors.
Fits and diagnostics
  • Only for unusual observations: Display the fits, the residuals, and the diagnostic statistics for only the unusual observations.
  • For all observations: Display the fits, the residuals, and the diagnostic statistics for all observations.
Durbin-Watson Statistic
Display the Durbin-Watson statistic to test for autocorrelation. For more information, go to Test for autocorrelation by using the Durbin-Watson statistic.
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