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Negative Binomial Regression - Is this scatterplot okay (pic)?
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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 13:18:30 GMTHi there,
One assumption of negative-binomial regression is linearity. I have this scatterplot of IV and DV?
Would you say that there is...Hi there,

One assumption of negative-binomial regression is linearity. I have this scatterplot of IV and DV?

Would you say that there is linearity? Is this scatterplot okay?

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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 12:10:42 GMTHello,
i have problems with linearity in my negative binomial regression.
The scatterplot shows no linearity between independent and dependent...Hello,

i have problems with linearity in my negative binomial regression.

The scatterplot shows no linearity between independent and dependent variable, it's more like a L-Shape.
When i transform the dependent variable via log, the scatterplot shows linearity.

But can I use a log-transformed dependent variable in my negative binomial regression?
Negative binomial regression is for count variables so i'm not sure.

But what could i do with the linearity problem?

Many thanks in advance and i'm sorry for grammar mistakes (I'm from germany)
]]>Regression AnalysisFranziska13http://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/69084-Negative-Binomial-Regression-with-log-transformed-dependent-variable-possibleStatistical proofs for experts
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Sat, 25 Mar 2017 20:50:46 GMTHello community. Is anyone expert enough to find the solutions to these two problems?
Image: http://i64.tinypic.com/qxrmm1.pngHello community. Is anyone expert enough to find the solutions to these two problems?