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Techniques for analyzing the relationship between one (or more) "dependent" variables and "independent" variables.

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I would like to fit some multilevel models to my data. In several places Dr. Gelman has suggested that one can fit a two-stage regression as a prelude to a multilevel model, to see if a more flexible … model is warranted: Before doing multilevel modeling, I would do a so-called “two-stage regression”–that is, fitting the regression model separately in each country, then estimating level-2 …
asked Nov 27 '18 by Lepidopterist
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specific macroeconomic variables might drive the two processes. The current approach is to model customer attrition with a logistic regression model, and to model average customer investment with a … not clear that regression assumptions are satisfied. There is surely some correlation within accounts for a given month/year. And furthermore, though I only understand it vaguely, there are issues …
asked Mar 27 '17 by Lepidopterist