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Holla! Also I was recently looking back through my tumblr messages and realized I made the extremely poor typo of “I refuse to believe you’re great” when I obviously meant “I refuse to believe you’re NOT great”. OOPS. Sorry ‘bout that. Reverse it.
Don’t worry about it! I mean, I figured that’s what you meant because the rest was very kind and uplifting. Typos happen.
But not to meeeeee!
Oh, ok fine. Yes, they happen to me. None of the time.Source: literaturethief
what the fuck is happening what does any of this mean im so frustrated i dont understand these things
What I think it’s saying (based on absolutely no context, so I’m shooting from the hip) is that instead of an arbitrary coefficient ‘b’, you can scale it by the same characteristic of your x- and y-data to get a new coefficient ‘beta’ which only goes from -1 to +1. So that it ignores the details of your dependant variables (DV) and your independent variables (IV) to give you useful information. Apparently, the closer beta is to +1, the more important the independent variable.
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