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Re: st: Interpretation of Curvilinear Effects |

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Tue, 09 Jun 2009 15:32:18 -0400 |

At 02:42 PM 6/9/2009, John Antonakis wrote:

Hi: First, don't use stepwise regression--it is the plague; no worse. Many journals simply won't even review manuscript with such data-driven methods (unless used for a particular goal--ridge, least-angular regression). For instance, see:

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