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A situation where the effect of an explanatory variable may depend on the value of another explanatory variable.

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I am attempting to model monthly retail electricity sales. To account for both the effects of seasonality and weather, I created an interaction term by multiplying 12 monthly dummy variables by the … will be: y(hat) = b1 + b2Jan_dum_temp + b3Feb_dum_temp + ... + b13Dec_dum_temp + other explanatory variables When adding these interaction terms to the regression, should I leave one interaction term out to avoid the dummy variable trap? If possible, please provide a source for your answer. …
asked May 23 by Darlene
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I am attempting to model monthly retail electricity sales. To account for both the effects of seasonality and weather, I created an interaction term by multiplying 12 monthly dummy variables by the … interaction terms to the regression, I omitted one dummy variable interaction term (Jan_dum_temp) to avoid the dummy variable trap. The resulting model is: y(hat) = b1 + b2Feb_dum_temp …
asked May 23 by Darlene