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Date:   Fri, 3 Mar 2006 06:57:25 -0800
Reply-To:   nevin.krishna@GMAIL.COM
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From:   nevin.krishna@GMAIL.COM
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Subject:   Re: proc genmod-criteria for overdispersion
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Hi Sammy, Thanks for the response, that was actually another question i had (what is the appropriate test to evaluate (pearson chi sq vs scaled pearson X2)..assuming your correct and i should look at the pearson the value i have is 1.27 is that considered close enough to 1 to assume there is no overdispersion ?

--thanks, nevin

Sammie wrote: > It depends on what scale you use. I normally use pearson scale. > Overdispersion = Pearson Chi/DF


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