# sci.stat.math

**I'm VERY glad you'll know how to answer this "perms and combs" question !**,*djh***“L-H Het” Table for Average Slopes Auq, Aubu, Aubqu**,*djh***In "L-H Het table", L-H Het for N1 Aubu should be 4, NOT 2**,*djh***Holy Moly, were you right about covariances for Rub and Rubq !!!!**,*djh***Re: Holy Moly, were you right about covariances for Rub and Rubq !!!!**,*Ray Koopman***So do we need to "Bonferroni-correct" in this case**,*djh***Re: So do we need to "Bonferroni-correct" in this case**,*Ray Koopman***Response to your last of 12/7 at 12:17am**,*djh***Re: Response to your last of 12/7 at 12:17am**,*Ray Koopman***Thanks for the guidance on how to evaluate the contribution of u^2 in the second model.**,*djh***Please ignore my first question about "estimated standard errpr" in my last post !!!! Sorry !**,*djh**Message not available***Sorry! Those were the SE's in my last post, not the t's !**,*djh**Message not available***SE's and p's for four subset x MoSS roll-ups of u*e coefficient in c = (u,e,u*e)**,*djh***Re: SE's and p's for four subset x MoSS roll-ups of u*e coefficient in c = (u,e,u*e)**,*Ray Koopman***I'm sorry Ray - excitement (probably unwarranted) has disconnected my brain from my fingers ...**,*djh***Must we say S,N instead of N,S if we've said "Subset x MoSS" (not MoSS x Subset) ???**,*djh***Re: Must we say S,N instead of N,S if we've said "Subset x MoSS" (not MoSS x Subset) ???**,*Ray Koopman***Response to your last**,*djh***Re: Response to your last**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Response to your last**,*Ray Koopman***I think I understand; if so, then here’s what I expect you’ll agree I should do next**,*djh***Thanks so much for the sample picture you sent off-line**,*djh***One other thing - because we're using "c-average", not "c-simple", "c" is no longer a pure count**,*djh**Message not available***Typo's of u^e for u*e in previous post.**,*djh***Could I impose on you for four more ordered p “reference plots”?**,*djh***Have sent off-line a PDF of the four plots themselves graphed all together.**,*gimpeltf*

**Re: Interpretation of coefficients in multiple regressions which model linear dependence on an IV**,*Ray Koopman***Thanks for elucidation of 2nd new regression.**,*djh***Re: Interpretation of coefficients in multiple regressions which model linear dependence on an IV**,*Ray Koopman*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Interpretation of coefficients in multiple regressions which model linear dependence on an IV**,*Ray Koopman***1) thanks for the 3rd regression defs; 2) Yes - I see why the terms aren't "symmetrical" in this case.**,*djh***New copies of a1_N_1_C and a1_N_1_S with data for all three regressions at each singleton length.**,*djh***Since 3rd regression computation needs df = 5, am requiring 15 observations for any given length singleton in any cell**,*djh***Have sent off-line all N_1 regression coefficient files and master N per length index file for N1**,*djh***Same as above post for f_N_2_ss**,*djh***Same as above post for f_N_3_ss**,*djh***Same as above post for f_R_1_ss**,*djh***Same as above post for f_R_2_ss**,*djh***Same as above post for f_R_3_ss**,*djh***Re: Since 3rd regression computation needs df = 5, am requiring 15 observations for any given length singleton in any cell**,*Ray Koopman***Sparseness of b1 data ...**,*djh***I realized I should clarify my 4-way b1 match table: it's AFTER subtracting df of 3**,*djh***Re: I realized I should clarify my 4-way b1 match table: it's AFTER subtracting df of 3**,*Ray Koopman***No - the counts in the files themselves are all OK.**,*djh***Re: Sparseness of b1 data ...**,*Ray Koopman***We cross posted, so I just saw your revised "counts" table after I made my last two posts ...**,*djh***Let me know if you're ready for some interesting data, or if you're too busy analyzing**,*djh***Re: Let me know if you're ready for some interesting data, or if you're too busy analyzing**,*Ray Koopman***Please evaluate this "yield" table of method/subset avg slope 2-ways per fold and len with p < .05**,*djh***One other question about using Auq avg slope as a constant when computing the other two regressions**,*djh***Re: One other question about using Auq avg slope as a constant when computing the other two regressions**,*Ray Koopman***Re: One other question about using Auq avg slope as a constant when computing the other two regressions**,*djh***Some of your counts apparently ARE off.**,*djh***Sorry! those counts in my last post were for len 63 in b1 (forgot to tell you the length!!!!)**,*djh***Re: Since 3rd regression computation needs df = 5, am requiring 15 observations for any given length singleton in any cell**,*Ray Koopman*

**Re: Average Slope SEs for a1_N_1_S and a1_N_1_C (and some questions regarding them ...)**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Average Slope SEs for a1_N_1_S and a1_N_1_C (and some questions regarding them ...)**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Average Slope SEs for a1_N_1_S and a1_N_1_C (and some questions regarding them ...)**,*Ray Koopman***Glad you brought up “singleton” length intervals ... been thinkin’ on ‘em also ...**,*djh***Re: Glad you brought up “singleton” length intervals ... been thinkin’ on ‘em also ...**,*Ray Koopman***It's still 24...124 - don't know why I bothered to say "roughly 25...125" instead of "exactly "24...124"**,*djh***You should probably clear your data deck and start fresh with the two csv's I just mentioned in the last email**,*djh***Re: Glad you brought up “singleton” length intervals ... been thinkin’ on ‘em also ...**,*djh***One last thought: definitions for the third regression (will save a complete re-run if I incorporate them now) ...**,*djh***Number of Bonferroni entries for each singleton length is still 72 (duh!)**,*djh*

**Re: En passant question: What if a plot of slope CI’s is lousy, but splits the “m’s” perfectly?**,*Ray Koopman*