I looked online for some solutions, and saw that it gives this error when there are blank cells, but I checked over and over again in the input ranges and there In terms of a standard linear regression, one can enter the =slope(known y's , known x's) formula to find the regression coefficient for x. Champy58 Reply With Quote 06-01, 08:01 PM #2 RE: Regression ysis Error message FYI - Followup comment: This error message is not a result of having blanks in the dataset. error. =LINEST(Data!$C$2:$C$747,Data!$A$2:$B$747) works just fine. - Sheet1!C183 is empty, so =LINEST(Sheet1!$C$2:$C$747,Sheet1!$A$2:$B$747) will not work until you either delete row 183 or put a numeric value in Sheet1!C183 Ordinarily, I would

I am doing cash projections for work, and I use a regression to do them. If it is 1, there is a perfect correlation in the sampleÂ â€” there is no difference between the estimated y-value and the actual y-value. My original suggestion was in fact the problem: - Row 1 in both sheets was text. For example, to test the age coefficient for statistical significance, divide -234.24 (age slope coefficient) by 13.268 (the estimated standard error of age coefficients in cell A15).

The smaller the residual sum of squares is, compared with the total sum of squares, the larger the value of the coefficient of determination, r2, which is an indicator of how Ask Your Own Question Multiple Regression, Bad P-value - Excel Excel Forum Hello listmembers! Many thanks in advance Ask Your Own Question Multiple Regression - How To? - Excel Excel Forum I am trying to do multiple regression in excel. Is there a maximum number of cases that one can use >> with the LINEST function?

For formulas to show results, select them, press F2, and then press Enter. If you need to, you can adjust the column widths to see all the data. The F-test value that is returned by the LINEST function differs from the F-test value that is returned by the FTEST function. Return the array of values mn, mn-1, ... , b and also return the additional regression statistics listed in the table below.The array of statistics returned from the Excel Linest function

Ask Your Own Question Multiple Linear Regression In Vba - Excel Excel Forum Hi everyone, I would like to run a multiple linear regression in vba. Cheers xdudda Ask Your Own Question Macros For Regression - Excel Excel Forum Hi, I am trying to create a Macros to run a series of regressions, but my VBA skills If known_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the array {1,2,3,...} that is the same size as known_y's. by w jo » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 06:14:44 Jerry, Sorry about that, and I'll remember the caution about attachments going forward.

For information about how r2 is calculated, see "Remarks," later in this topic. Jerry > For some unfathomable reason, I receive the following > error message whenever I attempt to run a simple > regression in Excel 97: > Regression-LINEST() function returns error. Ryan Ask Your Own Question How To Calculate Multicollinearity From A Regression - Excel Excel Forum I have used excel 07 to run a regression of 4 independent variables and a A logical value specifying whether to return additional regression statistics.

Prevent Errors From Appearing in Excel How to prevent errors from appearing in formulas in Excel. You can then compare the predicted values with the actual values. error. >=LINEST(Data!$C$2:$C$747,Data!$A$2:$B$747) works just fine. > - Sheet1!C183 is empty, so >=LINEST(Sheet1!$C$2:$C$747,Sheet1!$A$2:$B$747) will not work until you >either delete row 183 or put a numeric value in Sheet1! Please check input ranges again." What can I do to > avoid this error? > -- > Albert > Vancouver, Canada Bernard Liengme View Public Profile View message headers Find all

Edit: I have Excel 2003... Remember that it is critical to use the correct values of v1 and v2 that were computed in the preceding paragraph. The time now is 08:15 AM. Report-CMYK-Rip 3.

LINEST() function returns error. « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Display Modes #1 October 28th 07, 07:50 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc Albert[_2_] external usenet Only when I am running multiple x's against a single y do I get this error. Sure hope someone recognizes this problem, - you might dream of an R2=1 but this sounds too good to be true. If > that is not the >>problem, try posting your data -- my next guess would be > that there are >>numerical problems associated with fitting a line to your >

Copyright © 2012 TextNData.com. EVERY cell referenced in the X and Y >ranges must be numeric or you will get a #VALUE! If you have a column with a 1 for each subject if male, or 0 if not, and you also have a column with a 1 for each subject if female, EVERY cell referenced in the X and Y ranges must be numeric or you will get a #VALUE!

For information about how ssreg and ssresid are calculated, see "Remarks," later in this topic. Thank you! The equation of a straight line is y = mx + b. Shopping Cart Empty View Cart Forum Tutorial Macro Forum Blog Excel Tutorials Free Excel Macros Extra Resources Forum Excel Video Tutorials Keyboard Shortcuts Excel Help Resources Contact Close Window Get Your

Type your function into the first cell of the range, and press CTRL-SHIFT-Enter.Go to the Excel array formulas page for more details.As the Linest function returns an array of values, it Share Was this information helpful? I have checked atpvbaen.xls in the Reference pulldown menu item in the macro and Tool Pack VBA in Add-ins. The problem is that the equations (really just slopes) are the same but the R squares are completely different.

My regression is slightly more complicated as it has multiple independent variables (i.e. LINEST uses the method of least squares for determining the best fit for the data. In this example, df = 6 (cell B18) and F = 459.753674 (cell A18). SLOPE and INTERCEPT return a #DIV/0!

The multiple regression output is in a standard format however as I have to repeat this process for 1500 firms (one regression for each) it would be much more convenient if About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. etc.) which produced the following: Code: Sub Macro2() ' ' Macro2 Macro ' Macro recorded 9/07/2009 by ' ' Application.Run "ATPVBAEN.XLA!Regress", ActiveSheet.Range("B2:B86"), _ ActiveSheet.Range("$C$1:$D$86"), False, True, , ActiveSheet.Range("$I$2") _ , False, there are a formulas to calculate both of these.

Thank you very much! Application.Run "Regress", ActiveSheet.Range("$B$13:$B$263"), ActiveSheet.Range("$C$13:$I$263"), False, False, , _"macro regr", False, False, False, False, , False Ask Your Own Question Multivariate Polynomial Regression In Excel - Excel Excel Forum Hi All, I I even copied only the data I needed to run the regression analysis on to another spreadsheet, but it still gave me the same error. Once you know the values of m and b, you can calculate any point on the line by plugging the y- or x-value into that equation.

Thanks. >>-----Original Message----- >>Are there any empty or character cells in this range? > LINEST requires >>numeric data (no blank cells) in every cell of your x and > y ranges. If only one variable is used, known_y's and known_x's can be ranges of any shape, as long as they have equal dimensions. Please check input ranges again." If I run a single x vs y regression, the analysis completes correctly.

Guest, Jun 1, 2005 #1 Advertisements Guest Guest FYI - Followup comment: This error message is not a result of having blanks in the dataset. The algorithm of the SLOPE and INTERCEPT functions is designed to look for only one answer, and in this case there can be more than one answer. Of course it won't help adding spurious data to the analysis but it made me wonder.