How can I interpret a regression statistics table in Excel?
I assume you mean this:
The "Coefficients" are the slope or y-intercept in this case. "HH SIZE" refers to the Slope, and of course, Intercept is the y-intercept.
If you multiply the Standard Error by
For example, in a standard physics lab course, bare minimum, here's what you would need to know:
- Slope Standard Error (
- Slope Associated Error (
- Intercept Standard Error (
- Intercept Associated Error (
The sample standard deviation is:
#s = sqrt(1/(N-1) sum_(i=1)^N (x_i - barx)^2)#
The Standard Error is:
#SE = s/sqrt(N)#
#AE = 1.96*SE#
Here is an example of an Ohm's law analysis I did using a similar regression statistics table:
Oftentimes, even in a quantitative analysis course, you only need to further know the coefficient of determination
Other than that, I have not had to use any other quantity on the regression statistics table in my 7 University semesters.