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    MM
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    Hi, I would appreciate if one of you could forward me some chart/sheet which mentions which test should be done when Y is continuous or discrete and when X’s are continuous or discrete. Also, which test to do when there are more than one X and some are discrete and some are Continuous – in both the situations, i.e., Y is continuous or discrete.
    Thanks in advance!!!

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    #158415

    Chad Taylor
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    MM

    Attribute
    Variable

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    Proportion Test,           Chi-Square
    t-test, ANOVA, DOE, Regression

    Variable
    Discriminant Analysis, Logistic Regression
    Correlation, Multiple Regression

    Hope this helps
    Chad Taylor

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    #158416

    MM
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    Thanks Chad!!!
    What all do we include in “Discriminant Analysis”?

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    #158422

    Chad Taylor
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    MM
    Discriminant analysis is a technique for classifying a set of observations into predefined classes. The purpose is to determine the class of an observation based on a set of variables known as predictors or input variables. Discriminant Analysis is used where the response is descrete and the variables are continuous.
    For more info simply Google it. Tons information out there that will help you determine your needs
    Chad Taylor

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