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    Re: Standard or Hierarchical Regression?




    Ok I share the results here. These are original Variables

    Model R R Square Adj R2 Std. Error
    1 0.433a 0.187 0.174 4.90
    2 0.514b 0.264 0.249 4.67
    3 0.514c 0.264 0.244 4.69

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    a. Predictors: (Constant), PHI, ECO, ETH, LEG
    b. Predictors: (Constant), PHI, ECO, ETH, LEG, PMR
    C. Predictors: (Constant), PHI, ECO, ETH, LEG, PMR, Age(y), Gender
    d. DV: TSat

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    ANOVA
    Model Sum of Sq df Mean Sq F Sig
    1 Reg 1413.9 4 353.48 14.68 0.00
    Res 6140.2 255 24.0

    2 Reg 1993.6 5 398.7 18.21 0.0
    Res 5560.5 254 21.9

    3 Reg 1995.8 7 285.1 12.9 0.0
    Res 5558.3 252 22.05

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    Residual Stats
    Min Max Mean Std. Dev N
    Predicted Value 15.75 35.58 29.9 2.77 260
    Std. Pred Value -5.1 2.0 0.0 1.0 260
    Stand. Error 0.40 1.65 0.79 0.22
    of Pred. Value

    Adj. Pred. Value 16.85 35.6 29.9 2.75
    Residual -18.32 10.6 0.00 2.75
    Std.Residual -3.9 2.2 0.0 4.6
    Stud. Residual -3.98 2.3 0.0 0.98

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    Re: Standard or Hierarchical Regression?

    What I need to see is your actual residuals, these are a graph that shows how the points were different than those actually fited by the model. That is how you know if you have violations of the assumptions such as normality. You fit these to a historgram or better yet QQ plot to see if the data is normally distributed.
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    Ok
    How to show that graph through this forum. Kindly tell me the way how to share an image in this forum.
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    Re: Standard or Hierarchical Regression?

    Sadly I don't know how to do this. I will try to find out for you.
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    Re: Standard or Hierarchical Regression?

    I have done, now kindly check this!! THanks

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    Dear Sir

    I am waiting for your reply!

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