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    Cool weird difference between measures of Goodness-of-Fit ??




    Dear stats friends

    I have run an ordinal regression in SPSS on 700 subjects
    I have data on an ordinal DV: heart disease score between 0 and 3.
    My IVs are
    - sex
    - age
    - cigarettes per day
    - LDL cholesterol
    - White blood cell count
    - depression score

    My results seem sensible in general. However, my results for the two measures of Goodness-of-Fit are wildly different:

    Goodness-of-Fit
    Chi-Square df Sig.
    Pearson 657.284 609 .086
    Deviance 440.445 609 1.000

    I am a newbie with ordinal regression. Does this mean I have gone wrong?

    Thank you!

    W

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    Re: weird difference between measures of Goodness-of-Fit ??

    sorry the numbers got messed up there... this should be clearer....

    Goodness-of-Fit
    Chi-Square df Sig.
    Pearson 657.284 609 .086
    Deviance 440.445 609 1.000

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    Re: weird difference between measures of Goodness-of-Fit ??


    I will try again to get these data in a decent format

    Goodness-of-Fit
    .........................Chi-Square .....df ............Sig.
    Pearson .............657.284 .........609 .........0.086
    Deviance ...........440.445 .........609 .........1.000

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