Category: Statistical AnalysisEffective method of statistical analysis

I have conducted research with involvement of activity to quantify muscle strength (8 factors) and adjust (5 factors). The estimations had been taken at 7 customary intervals (pre, post 1, post 2, post 3 and post 4). Will regressive investigation would be enough to translate the impact of muscle quality on balance measures? If not what might be a successful statistical analysis method for my study?

asked on 12 Jul 18Pradeep Sharma Pradeep Sharma
3 Answers
answered on 17 Jul 18

Regression models the connections amongst reliant and illustrative variables, which are typically diagrammed on a scatter plot. The regression line additionally assigns whether those connections are strong or weak.

Keshav Verma Keshav Verma
answered on 17 Jul 18

In statistical modelling, regression analysis is an arrangement of statistical processes for evaluating the connections among variables. It incorporates numerous methods for modelling and analyzing several variables when the emphasis is on the connection between a dependent variable and at least one independent variables. All the more particularly, regression analysis encourages one to understand how the typical value of the dependent variable changes when any one of the independent variables is varied, while the other independent variables are held fixed.

Yashti Iyer Yashti Iyer
answered on 18 Jul 18

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