Term | Description |
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MSE | mean square error |
R^{2} is also known as the coefficient of determination.
Term | Description |
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y_{i} | i ^{th} observed response value |
mean response | |
i ^{th} fitted response |
While the calculations for adjusted R^{2} can produce negative values, Minitab displays zero for these cases.
Term | Description |
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i^{th} observed response value | |
i^{th} fitted response | |
mean response | |
n | number of observations |
p | number of terms in the model |
While the calculations for R^{2}(pred) can produce negative values, Minitab displays zero for these cases.
Term | Description |
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y_{i} | i ^{th} observed response value |
mean response | |
n | number of observations |
e_{i} | i ^{th} residual |
h_{i} | i ^{th} diagonal element of X(X'X)^{–1}X' |
X | design matrix |
Term | Description |
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n | number of observations |
e_{i} | i^{th} residual |
h_{i} | i^{th} diagonal element of X (X' X)^{-1}X' |
Term | Description |
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SS (WP_{error}) | Sum of squares for the whole plot error term |
SS Total (WP) | Sum of sequential SS for all terms that involve the whole plot error term and only hard-to-change factors |
Term | Description |
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SS (SP_{error}) | sums of squares for the subplot error term |
SS Total (SP) | SS Total – SS Total(WP) |
SS Total (WP) | sum of sequential SS for all terms that involve the whole plot error term and only hard-to-change factors |
Observations with weights of 0 are not in the analysis.
Term | Description |
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n | the number of observations |
R | the sum of squares for error for the model |
w_{i} | the weight of the i^{th} observation |
AICc is not calculated when .
Term | Description |
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n | the number of observations |
p | the number of coefficients in the model, including the constant |
Term | Description |
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p | the number of coefficients in the model, including the constant |
n | the number of observations |
Term | Description |
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SSE_{p} | sum of squared errors for the model under consideration |
MSE_{m} | mean square error for the model with all candidate terms |
n | number of observations |
p | number of terms in the model, including the constant |