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Regression that includes two or more non-constant independent variables.

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I am attempting to better understand how to use simulation techniques when working with linear regression models. For context, if I have a model that, say, predicts the margin of victory between two o …
asked Mar 21 '17 by a.powell
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Yes, there are several methods you can use in which you can keep the outlier in your model (because it can still tell you something useful), but limit its effect on the linear regression coefficients. …
answered Apr 17 '17 by a.powell
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I have experience with both regression and R but am a bit puzzled with how exactly to set up this regression. I am looking at sporting events where two teams play head to head. From each of these game …
asked Aug 23 '16 by a.powell