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Interpretation of the interaction term and the model in multivariate linear regression

Questions 1 and 2: You should not be doing separate models. Write a single model that includes both Ind_1 and Ind_2, and the ...
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Sample size calculation for moderated moderation (three way interaction: continuous x continuous x continuous)

The main difficulty with the simulation is that accurate specification of all parameter estimates is difficult as we don't have a good idea of the magnitude of the parameters. I see that as a ...
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How do I write the (multiple) linear regression equation with interaction term?

There's really no need to use any of the "reduced forms"; they are just different ways of combining the coefficients and predictors. All are correct. The "reduced forms" might help ...
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alternative to ANOVA or simplifying approximations for multi-factor,, batch design with binomial data (advanced beginner)

Retrieve the original count data. Then treat this as a binomial logistic regression. In R with the glm() function, you can provide a two-column outcome specifying ...
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