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Thu, 28 Apr 2016 14:08:46 GMTHello,
I conducted an experiment with 18 subjects who participated in a simulator experiment. Each participant had to perform a task with 6...Hello,

I conducted an experiment with 18 subjects who participated in a simulator experiment. Each participant had to perform a task with 6 different settings/conditions and 6 variables were measured, so I have a within subjects design.

Now, I would like to know if there is a relationship between one of my independent variables and the other five over those 6 conditions. I'm a bit confused about which statistical analysis method best suits my purposes. I was thinking about a Manova or canonical correlation analysis, but don't know what is best.

Some help or tips would be appreciated! :)
]]>Regression Analysisaapje123http://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/64840-Multivariate-analysis-canonical-correlationInterpretation of coefficients, dependent variable in (%), independent variable in ln
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Thu, 28 Apr 2016 12:07:28 GMTHi,

I have a very simple question. I have the following equation. My dependent variable is CRES which is the share of renewables in a country's energy supply. My independent variables are log transformed, besides Kyoto which is a dummy variable.

CRES= β0 + β1lnGDP + β2Kyoto+ β3ln_oil_price

For my OLS regression I obtained a statistically significant effect for GDP which is 2,73***.
However, I dont know to interpret the coefficient. I know that usually having a linear-log model, an increase in x (GDP) by one percent is associated with an increase in y by (β1/100) units which would be (2,73/100).= 0,0273.

Does this interpretation still hold if CRES is in %?
Then, the economic significance of my effects would be rather small.

Thank you,Rex
]]>Regression AnalysisRexhttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/64838-Interpretation-of-coefficients-dependent-variable-in-(-)-independent-variable-in-lnProblem with replicating a paper
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Thu, 28 Apr 2016 09:29:31 GMTI'm having some trouble at replicating this paper (text here: http://www.michiganjb.org/issues/52/text52c.pdf) The paper wants to assess the economic impact of the Olympic games in the long run . The author has a big dataset cointaing data on GDPpc for host and runner-up countries from 10 years before to 10 years after the Games. Data are from page 88 for host countries and from page 89 for runner-up countries. Regressions and variables are explained in page 73. I'm just interested in regression (1) and (2a). I keep getting different results from the paper. Could you help me?
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