+- HP Forums (https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum) +-- Forum: HP Software Libraries (/forum-10.html) +--- Forum: General Software Library (/forum-13.html) +--- Thread: HP50G on Emu48 : new version 2.5 of STAT, a complete linear regression program (/thread-14284.html) HP50G on Emu48 : new version 2.5 of STAT, a complete linear regression program - Gil - 12-31-2019 11:04 PM New version of this linear regression program, ANOVA, etc. Save the entire directory on your HOME Emu48-calculator directory under name STAT, for example. Explanations inside the directories to be read with the Emu48-calculator. Enjoy it! RE: HP50G on Emu48 : new version 2.5 of STAT, a complete linear regression program - Gil - 01-01-2020 12:28 AM Description Linear Regression program for P-Var (with or without the constant) of dimension N (if P = N, then it returns the exact solution) with clear results and indication from which directory-path (path automatically built for you) the variables come from and how each intermediate result and each variable were obtained, t, s, prob-values, beta lower and upper limits, R2 and R2adj, R2mod and R2modAdj when no constant, full detailed anova with or without constant, correlation matrix, correlation interval min-max, 1st order partial correlation and half partial, multi-order correlation with Z1... Zk control variable, , restriction model test for k indep variables Xi with k < p, including here also t, s, prob-values and anova as for full, non-restricted model model, Spearmanâ€™s rho (with or without ties) + rho crit and prob, including rho lower/upper limits. All stats calculated for any chosen value of alpha (alpha set by default to 5% or if you incidentally erase that variable), even for Spearman's rho crit and its prob for the alternative HO-no correlation when in presence of small effectives N. Possibility of transforming each variable into a list with M>L and applying a specific function, then back to Matrix format with L>M and use it under its renamed form with a new name. Please note that the "Calculator" has to be set in RPNmode/notation, and not in algebraic mode.