Aspect Fixed Effects (FE) Random Effects (RE) Definition Represent constant parameters that apply to all individuals in the sample. Capture variation across...

# Statistics

Understanding Fixed Effects, Random Effects, and Mixed Effects 1) Fixed Effects Models: In fixed effects models, the...

In this blog post, we’ll explore Poisson regression models using the HINTS 6 dataset. Our dependent variable...

The margins command in Stata offers a versatile approach to interpreting the results of regression models. Marginal...

Ordinal logistic regression (ordered logistic regression) is a type of regression analysis that is used when the...

Multinomial logistic regression is a method for modeling categorical outcomes with more than two levels. It allows...

In statistical analysis, particularly in regression models, identifying outliers and high-leverage observations is crucial for ensuring the...

In this blog post, I will show you how to use listcoef command in stata for logistic...

Logistic regression is a statistical method for modeling binary outcomes, such as yes/no, success/failure, or alive/dead. It...

Regression diagnostics are crucial for validating the assumptions underlying linear regression models. One of the fundamental assumptions...

When reporting the results of a regression analysis, it is important to be careful about the language...

How it is different from Cronbach’s alpha? 📒 Dunn, T. J., Baguley, T., & Brunsden, V. (2014)....

Before we can trust the results of a regression model, we need to make sure that some...

In this blog post, I will show you how to compare the fit of different regression models...

Beta coefficients and unstandardized coefficients are two different ways of presenting the results of regression analyses. Why...