# multivariate regression

1. ### Worked example needed "Standard Error of Coefficient" Multivariate Regressionl

Dear Experts, I need an example which will facilitate the programming of t-Statistics for the various regression coefficients in multiple regression. The specific part of this task that I am having trouble doing is calculating the standard error of the regression slope. There is a good...
2. ### unrestricted cumulative probit model with vglm()---extend to a multivariate setting?

Hello. I'm trying to fit a multivariate, unrestricted cumulative probit model. I've had success in fitting a proportional odds probit model using polr(method="probit") in the MASS package and the unrestricted cumulative probit model using vglm(cumulative(link="probit)) in the VGAM package...
3. ### unrestricted cumulative probit model with vglm()---extend to a multivariate setting?

Hi, all. I'm trying to model the transition of multiple, ordinal response variables on a continuous predictor (age). In this specific case, I'm investigating the ages at which a skeletal trait passes through a series of morphological stages. In anthropological parlance, this has become known...
4. ### multivariate ordinal probit regression with vglm()

Hello, all. I'm investigating the rate at which skeletal joint surfaces pass through a series of ordered stages (changes in morphology). Current statistical methods in this type of research use various logit or probit regression techniques (e.g., proportional odds logit/probit...
5. ### Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition for a Multivariate Linear Regression

Hello Everyone, I am working on a thesis that uses a multivariate linear regression to evaluate the racial wealth gap between four groups: whites, blacks, Asians, and Hispanics. If it helps, I am using SPSS complex samples, general linear models, and a large nationally representative survey...
6. ### Cox regression model in survival: is it a multiple or multivariate type regression?

Hi, I have seen in quite a few publications where cox regression is used and results are presented as "multivariate analysis showed .... ". On the other hand if it is a multivariate technique, can we talk about independent variables? As an example: "On multivariate analysis, XX risk factors...