[R] Interpreting ANOVA / quantile regression results
gunter.berton at gene.com
Sat Nov 22 08:29:16 CET 2014
This is off topic here.Post to a statistics forum like
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you're a student).
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is certainly not wisdom."
On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 8:56 PM, Yunqi Zhang <yqzhang at ucsd.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I think this is probably a very simple question related to ANOVA or
> quantile regression.
> Let's say if I'm doing ANOVA on 2 factors (f_a and f_b) and trying to
> figure out whether they have an impact on the output. The result shows me
> that f_a has a significant impact while f_b does not as following, where
> the std. error (confidence interval) is
> estimate std. error p-value
> f_a 10 0.2 0.001
> f_b 0.5 2 0.56
> If I take this result, and I want to make my best guess for the output of a
> pair of f_a and f_b values. Should I calculate the output using both f_a
> and f_b or only the f_a because f_b is statistically insignificant? And
> what the std. error (confidence interval) would be?
> Specifically, should I do
> guessed output = 10 * f_a + 0.5 * f_b and the std. error is 0.2 + 2 = 2.2
> guessed output = 10 * f_a and the std.err is 0.2
> Thank you very much!
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