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Sep 6, 2016 6:37 PM
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This is the explanation for SPSS "you will see a statistic called −2 log likelihood (which we will abbreviate as −2LL), which is a generally a measure of *lack of fit, *or *error variation*, and is conceptually the opposite of *R*2 in regression". I am wondering how to get the -2LL in JMP.

I am having a statistics class, and I am the only student using JMP. I am so confident with the JMP user community. JMP is my favorite!

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Sep 7, 2016 1:30 AM
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HI xiaoyaj0,

i think what you are looking for is in the first row in the "Whole model Test". it is the difference in the -2loglikelihood between the full model and the reduced.

in this case it is 2.750163