Hi Van,
Yes, it is recommended you standardize all of your variables before entering them into the LASSO. LASSO places a penalty on the magnitude...
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Jakub, I wholeheatedly agree with your response, it is a poormans solution. Hopefully someone else can provide a better one!
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Hi Jakub,
This is not an elegant solution but will work for outlier data points (the labels will be very congested for data where markers...
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Hi Zorodzai,
I think you'll find you will receive better responses if you provide more information. You can use the dataex command to share...
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Steve Samuels I have been following this thread closely. The hyperlink for the course notes does not seem to work for me. Could you provide the link ...
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Matt Warkentin replied to Predicted probabilities based on simulated success rates of categorical predictor for logit modelsin GeneralHi Daniel,
You want the distribution of the simulated predictor to follow the distribution of your observed predictor? Is this correct? In...
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Hi Elain,
I would use ## instead of # and let Stata handle the interaction expansion. I had no issues using the following code:
Code:sysuse
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Hi Elain,
Please note that your font is VERY small and made it difficult to read your post.
To your question, in general you...
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Matt Warkentin replied to Negative binomial regression and substative interpretation of continuous variablesin GeneralHi Faradj,
As you mention, if you standardize the X variable to be a per SD change in X, then your estimated coefficient (log relative risk)...
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Matt Warkentin replied to Predicted probabilities based on simulated success rates of categorical predictor for logit modelsin GeneralHi Daniel,
I am a little confused by your question. With a continuous predictor, you can make predictions for the outcome probability based...
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Hi Yue,
If you are referring to the predictor (independent) variable having several categories (as opposed to the outcome having several...
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Hi Yue,
The proportion of negative and the proportion of positive are the opposite of one another (i.e. they sum to 1 for each group). Thus,...Last edited by Matt Warkentin; 30 Oct 2018, 12:34.
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Hi Heidi,
I am not sure I can provide any sort of definite answer to this. I do understand your perspective, however, I don't think "ignoring"...
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Hi Heidi,
Yes, I am now able to see the figure. In regards to your initial question, you can see that less data are present at the higher...
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Hi Heidi,
It looks like you may have tried to upload a picture, but it does not seem to be working. Perhaps this is a problem on my end,...
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