Best graph to represent multinomial regression?

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rummuds
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Best graph to represent multinomial regression?

Postby rummuds » Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:02 pm

For work I have to present the results of some regression I did using powerpoint. I was told to include some graphs to make the information more accessible. I know graphs are not generally used to represent regression, but it was asked of me.
Thanks for your help :)
Penguin_Knight
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Re: Best graph to represent multinomial regression?

Postby Penguin_Knight » Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:16 pm

What is your regression model? One predictor or many?
jimmyjack
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Re: Best graph to represent multinomial regression?

Postby jimmyjack » Tue Dec 18, 2012 5:29 am

Hi Everyone,

At my work we are currently in the process of automating some of our reports. One of the ways that we would like to do this is to have specific tables produced in SPSS to be entered into a specific space in an existing word document.

We produce reports for several locations that are identical, except they use location specific data. We are looking for a way to have a template document (word) and have the numbers taken from the SPSS output and entered into the template. The report contains whole tables (usually frequencies or crosstabs) and in some places only specific values.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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