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stepwise regression algorithm seen from the statistician"s point of view.

Harry LuМ€tjohann

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**1968** by Institut für Höhere Studien) in (Wien .

Written in English

- Regression analysis -- Computer programs.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: leaf 25.

Series | Institut für Höhere Studien und Wissenschaftliche Forschung, Wien. Research memorandum no. 11, Research memorandum (Institut für Höhere Studien und Wissenschaftliche Forschung (Vienna, Austria)) ;, no. 11. |

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LC Classifications | QA278.2 .L8 |

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Pagination | 32 l. |

Number of Pages | 32 |

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Open Library | OL4059423M |

LC Control Number | 79521774 |

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The purpose of the paper is expository. The procedure called Stepwise Regression, and much used in computer regression programmes, is presented and explained in statistical terms. The algorithm used is presented and demonstrated to serve its purpose. Certain well-known properties of Least Squares multiple regression are shown to be easily deducible from the :// the stepwise regression algorithm seen from the statistician's point of view.

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