Good way to present multiple regression?

posted
22-Jan-19, 11:31
edited about 2 seconds later
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posted about 7 months ago
In my papers I put multiple regression models in a table, but for a presentation at a conference I am wondering if there is a more visually appealing way to show things. For instance, say you were assessing whether 10 predictors were associated with a dependent variable, and you found that 2 or the 10 were. Is there a good way to show this other than a massive table? I am thinking not... But perhaps there is a good way to show how those 2 significant predictors related to the outcome - on a graph?

Thanks any stats buffs!

TQ
posted
22-Jan-19, 17:58
by pd1598
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posted about 7 months ago
To compare your whole model with the null, area under ROC analysis is pretty cool. Otherwise tables is the usual way.
posted
23-Jan-19, 18:14
edited about 12 seconds later
by rewt
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posted about 7 months ago
Would a radar chart work?
posted
23-Jan-19, 18:46
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posted about 7 months ago
Thanks folks! I don't know what either of those things is but will have a google!

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