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1 The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model <.0001 Error Corrected Total Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept OMS <.0001 KONK NYPR Nypr_Oms The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Dependent Variable: uhatsq Model <.0001 Error Corrected Total Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept OMS KONK NYPR Nypr_Oms Oms Oms_Konk Nypr_oms Nypr_Konk Nypr_Oms_Konk konk The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model <.0001 Corrected Total
2 Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept OMS <.0001 KONK NYPR Nypr_Oms The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept <.0001 TOms TKonk TNypr NYPR The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, NOTE: No intercept in model. RSquare is redefined. Model <.0001 Error Uncorrected Total Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var OMS <.0001 KONK The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27,
3 Model Error Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept <.0001 TKonk The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model <.0001 Corrected Total Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept OMS <.0001 KONK NYPR Nypr_Oms The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Consistent Covariance of Estimates Variable Intercept OMS KONK NYPR Nypr_Oms Intercept OMS E KONK E NYPR Nypr_Oms The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model
4 Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept <.0001 TOms TKonk TNypr NYPR The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Consistent Covariance of Estimates Variable Intercept TOms TKonk TNypr NYPR Intercept E TOms TKonk E TNypr NYPR The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Model Error Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var Intercept <.0001 k_m k_m k_p k_p The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Test 1 Results for Dependent Variable TPrmres Source DF Square F Value Pr > F Numerator Denominator The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, NOTE: No intercept in model. RSquare is redefined.
5 Model <.0001 Error Uncorrected Total Root MSE RSquare Dependent Adj RSq Coeff Var OMS <.0001 d_m d_m d_p d_p The SAS System 22:27 Thursday, November 27, Test 1 Results for Dependent Variable PRMRES Source DF Square F Value Pr > F Numerator Denominator
Source DF Squares Square F Value Pr > F Model 4 18106 4526.41616 54.70 <.0001 Error 245 20273 82.74845 Corrected Total 249 38379
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