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slope-coefficient

  1. Nicole Seaman

    YouTube T2-18b Univariate regression: Confidence interval of slope coefficient

    The confidence interval (CI) of the slope coefficient is given by β(1) +/- Standard_Error[β(1)]*Z(α), where Z(α) is the student's t or normal deviate based on the desired confidence level; e.g., if the 2-sided confidence level is 95.0%, the Z(0.95) = 1.96. David's XLS: https://trtl.bz/2vEB0aE
  2. Nicole Seaman

    YouTube T2-18 Regression: Significance Test of Slope Coefficient

    The test statistic of the slope is given by (b1 - β)/SE(b1), although typically the null hypothesis is H(0):β = 0, such that the test statistic simply divides the regression coefficient by its own standard error (i.e., standard deviation of the estimate). This is compared to the student's t...
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