Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 14:55:34 -0700
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Subject: Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation.
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Thank you for your suggestion.
But I have a lot of cases N = 3069, of which valid = 2982 and missing= 87
for this variable 18b. And even when I included only 2 independent varibles
(several different ones) there was the same Warning and no otuput. I don't
think it is possible that with such a large database and only 2 independent
variables (with each only around 40 missing) that is the problem.
I'm still confused why it was computing the output when I un-selected the
inclusion of a constant...
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