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Two Diagnostic Plots in Constrained Regression
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 Title & Authors
Two Diagnostic Plots in Constrained Regression
Kim, Myung-Geun;
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 Abstract
Two diagnostic plots, added variable plot and partial residual plot, are proposed when a new explanatory variable is linearly added to constrained regressions. They are useful for investigating the effect of adding an explanatory variable to the constrained regression. They visually give an overall impression of the strength of linear relationship between response variable and added variable. A numerical example is provided for illustration.
 Keywords
Added variable plot;constrained regression;partial residual plot;
 Language
English
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