Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 15:12:46 -0400
Reply-To: "Gomez-Sorzano, Alex (Denver)" <Alex.Gomez-Sorzano@aimco.com>
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From: "Gomez-Sorzano, Alex (Denver)" <Alex.Gomez-Sorzano@aimco.com>
Subject: Converting the variables to use their coefficientes to create an
equation in the sintax file
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Dear list friends:
I am running some logistic regressions , and getting some variable names as
DEGREE(1), DEGREE(2) , AND RACE(1) RACE(2) , what type of transformations I
need to use four setting up an equation in the syntax file using the
coefficients given by those variables ?
Gustavo A Gomez-Sorzano
AIMCO Risk Management
3410 S. Galena St., Ste 210
Denver, CO 80231
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