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Re: st: factor analysis - interpreting the results, inclusion of dp variable


From   "georg wernicke" <georg.wernicke@googlemail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: factor analysis - interpreting the results, inclusion of dp variable
Date   Mon, 13 Aug 2007 16:50:18 +0100

hello,

my sample size are 874 observation. i used the comand collin and
coldiag2 for diagnostics. all the vifs were way below 10, the highest
was 6.5.

thanks again,

georg

On 8/13/07, SR Millis <srmillis@yahoo.com> wrote:
> First, what is your sample size?  Did you run
> collinearity diagnostics on the IVs?
>
> SR Millis
>
> --- georg wernicke <georg.wernicke@googlemail.com>
> wrote:
>
>
> > i have quite a number of independent variables which
> > have been
> > identified as significant in the literature before
> > (around 16). when i
> > add all them in a regression, not one single
> > variable is significant.
> > i want to employ factor analysis to get a
> > persimonious model.
>
>
> Scott R Millis, PhD, MEd, ABPP (CN,CL,RP), CStat
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