Stat > Regression > Nonlinear Regression > Prediction
New observation for predictors
Enter a numeric predictor value or a worksheet column for each predictor in the expectation function. If you specify columns, each column represents one predictor and contains numeric predictor values. All columns must contain the same number of rows. The number of arguments (values and columns), and the order you enter them, must match your expectation function. If a predictor is listed more than once in the expectation function, enter its argument only for the first instance.
Type of limit
Specify the type of confidence and prediction interval. You can change the confidence level in the Options dialog box.
Two-sided
Use a two-sided confidence interval to estimate both likely upper and lower values for the mean response.
Use a two-sided prediction interval to estimate both likely upper and lower values for a single future observation.
Lower bound
Use a lower confidence bound to estimate the lowest likely value for the mean response.
Use a lower prediction bound to estimate the lowest likely value for a single future observation.
Upper bound
Use an upper confidence bound to estimate the highest likely value for the mean response.
Use an upper prediction bound to estimate the highest likely value for a single future observation.
Storage
Fits
Store the fitted value for new observations.
SEs of fits
Store the estimated standard errors of the fitted values.
Confidence limits
Store lower and upper limits of the confidence interval for the prediction.
Prediction limits
Store lower and upper limits of the prediction interval.