- FAQ: What is the coefficient of variation?
- FAQ: How do I interpret odds ratios in logistic regression?
- FAQ: How do I interpret a regression model when some variables are log transformed?

G*Power

- Data Analysis Example: Power analysis for paired sample t-test
- Data Analysis Example: Power analysis for one -sample t-test
- Data Analysis Example: Power analysis for two-group independent sample t-test
- Data Analysis Example: Two independent proportions power analysis

- FAQ: When using Proc Transreg, what are the defaults with pspline?
- FAQ: When using Proc Transreg, what are the defaults with spline?
- FAQ: When using Proc Transreg, what are the defaults with bspline?
- FAQ: How can I use find where to split a piecewise regression?

- FAQ: How can I explain a three-way interaction in ANOVA?
- FAQ: How can I use the lmatrix subcommand to understand a three-way interaction in ANOVA?
- FAQ: How can I use aggregate and OMS to help explain a three-way interaction in ANOVA?
- Code Fragment: Renaming variables dynamically
- FAQ: How can I run a piecewise regression in SPSS?

Stata

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The problem is that, because Zelig is built upon a large number of existing R packages written by many different researchers and the quality of these packages vary greatly, working with Zelig means that you are working with all these other packages and researchers as well. fengshui

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