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I'm not used to that kind of p-value form as I don't know how to interpret it...

It's usually shown a p-value with stars (significant codes) on its sides

Can anyone help? How to read if the variable significant or not...?

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It would show star if the p-value is small enough, <0.05 or <0.001. P-value here gives you likelihood of zero-value parameter. Statistically speaking, null hypothesis is parameter of variable being zero, and p-value is under this hypothesis, the probability of large z occurs. With such high p-value, we cannot reject this null hypothesis. So from the Z-value and P-value in your model, there are no variables with significant impact.

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  • $\begingroup$ I see, thank you for your answer, I checked the variables again and turns out the salstotalaktiva is the problem somehow $\endgroup$ – Muhamad Ridho Maulana Mustaqim Feb 3 '17 at 16:28