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These studies suggest that linear regression is a statistical method used to model relationships between one or more independent variables and a dependent variable, often by minimizing prediction error, and is widely applied in fields like medical research and radiologic studies.
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Linear regression is a fundamental statistical technique used to model the relationship between a dependent variable and one or more independent variables. It is widely applied in various fields, including medical research, economics, and social sciences, due to its simplicity and interpretability.
Simple Linear Regression:
Multiple Linear Regression:
Generalized Linear Models (GLMs):
Applications and Practical Use:
Linear regression, both simple and multiple, is a versatile and widely used statistical technique for modeling relationships between variables. Simple linear regression is ideal for exploring the influence of one variable on another, while multiple linear regression can handle more complex scenarios with multiple predictors. Generalized linear models further extend the applicability of linear regression to non-normally distributed data. These methods are essential tools in various research fields, providing interpretable and often highly effective models for prediction and analysis.
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