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

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Suppose that we run the simple linear regression $Y = \alpha + \beta X + \epsilon$. I want to test whether the independent variable $X$ is exogenous. If the correlation between the independent … variable $X$ and the residual of linear regression $\epsilon$ is almost zero, i.e. $cor(X, \epsilon) \approx 0$, can I then conclude that this simple test suggests that the independent variable $X$ is exogenous? …
asked Dec 27 '13 by I Like to Code
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Is there a way to run a linear regression with upper and/or lower limits on the coefficients in R? …
asked May 3 '14 by I Like to Code
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I am trying to understand the code written in the following discussion (see link): library(boot) library(reshape) dataset <- data.frame(Person = c(rep("A", 20), rep("B", 10)), Success = c(rbinom(20 …
asked Oct 2 '15 by I Like to Code