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RE: st: RE: Simulation question
I, too, like terminology such as response/predictor/covariate. But we
usually use "outcome" in place of "response".
Then we often analyze family economic data, and we find ourselves in the
paradoxical situation where our outcome is income.
At 08:46 AM 2/3/2005 -0800, John Wallace wrote:
I too prefer the response/predictor/covariate terminology. Sometimes
someone will ask if "response" means "independent" - that's as much
conflict as I've ever encountered over it. I like terms that sort of
have their definitions built into them.
Institute for Policy Studies
Johns Hopkins University
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