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Jul
25
asked Finding correlation of independent variables with response variable in R
Mar
21
accepted Forecasting using multiple regression
Mar
15
comment Forecasting using multiple regression
My background is computer sciences and software development. It would be really kind of you, if you can provide more details, as I am very much new in forecasting, although I have understood simple linear regression techniques.
Mar
14
comment Forecasting using multiple regression
Thank you, actually in some example data sets of multiple regression, I saw that Y was assigned values based on some subjective rating criteria, depending on values of independent variables (e.g., statsoft.com/textbook/multiple-regression). So I want to know that in the data sets, the value of Y is the result of formula applied on Xs (e.g., gpa calculation based on subject scores). OR, Y must be the subject rating.
Mar
14
comment Forecasting using multiple regression
Thank you. So Y must represent some subjective rating, or it can be the result of any fixed formula applied on X1 and X2.
Mar
13
asked Forecasting using multiple regression
Mar
13
accepted How to find autoregressive coefficients of ARMA model
Mar
13
answered How to find autoregressive coefficients of ARMA model
Mar
13
comment How to find autoregressive coefficients of ARMA model
Yes. thank you.
Feb
16
asked How to find autoregressive coefficients of ARMA model
Feb
15
accepted finding intervals for double integrals integration
Feb
15
comment finding intervals for double integrals integration
Thank you... so can we also do other way round, i mean pick y from -1 to 1 and choose interval for x?
Feb
15
comment finding intervals for double integrals integration
Thank You... sorry this may be very simple question.. but can you please explain, how we get 1/2 from 2, i mean why 2 is divided by 4?
Feb
15
asked finding intervals for double integrals integration
Feb
11
accepted Understanding an integration
Feb
10
comment Understanding an integration
So does this mean that yo (y not) in delta(y-yo) must be in the integral interval. Otherwise, delta(y-yo) value will be zero? And if yo is in integral interval then delta(y-yo) value will always be 1? Thanks
Feb
10
comment Understanding an integration
I understood the exponential integration... now i just want to know how we get 1/6 please.
Feb
10
asked Understanding an integration
Jan
12
accepted Solution of first-order differential equation $\frac{\mathrm dI}{\mathrm dt}=aNI(t)-aI^2(t)$
Jan
12
comment Solution of first-order differential equation $\frac{\mathrm dI}{\mathrm dt}=aNI(t)-aI^2(t)$
Thank you "did" and "mrf". I matched my solution with solution you people referred and got answer of my question.