tips:models_with_or_without_intercept

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tips:models_with_or_without_intercept [2020/03/19 14:22] Wolfgang Viechtbauer |
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==== Model With Intercept ==== | ==== Model With Intercept ==== | ||

- | The dataset is called '' | + | The dataset is called '''' and '''' and '' |

<code rsplus> | <code rsplus> | ||

library(metafor) | library(metafor) | ||

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==== Parameterization ==== | ==== Parameterization ==== | ||

- | What the example above shows is that, whether we remove the intercept or not, we are essentially fitting the same model, but using a different [[wp> | + | What the example above shows is that, whether we remove the intercept or not, we are essentially fitting the same model, but using a different [[wp>(on regression models in general) is Christensen (2011). |

==== Models with Continuous Moderators ==== | ==== Models with Continuous Moderators ==== | ||

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</ | </ | ||

- | When the model only includes continuous (i.e., numeric) predictors/ | + | When the model only includes continuous (i.e., numeric) predictors/(that involves only continuous predictors/. |

==== References ==== | ==== References ==== |

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