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Gerrit Bauer

In: The SAGE Handbook of Regression Analysis and Causal Inference

Chapter 10: Graphical Display of Regression Results

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Graphical Display of Regression Results
Graphical display of regression results
Introduction to the Method

The world is inherently multivariate. Statistical models in all scientific disciplines are therefore usually similarly multivariate, but whenever researchers want to display their data or their results on a sheet of paper, or even on a video screen, they have to reduce the multidimensionality to a much smaller number of dimensions. This reduction in information is the key issue whenever we attempt to visualize multivariate information such as regression results. Of course, scientists simultaneously want to highlight the most relevant aspects of variation found in the data under consideration. Designing regression graphs thus requires careful thought regarding the selection, grouping and representation of information. Edward R. Tufte, a pioneer in the field of ...

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