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Apr 21, 2016 5:24 PM
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I have one data table with column X and Y, fit Y by X.

I only what to get the fit results like the coefficent and the intercept without drawing a chart.

who knows how to do it?

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Use the Fit Model platform, rather than the Fit Y by X, and using the options under the Red Triangle, you will be able to unselect all of the unwanted components, including the plot

Jim

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Hi, Jim

Thank you! it is helpful!

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##### Re: How to get the bivariate regression results without plot the chart

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Another option to separate the parameter estimates from the report is to right click anywhere in the Parameter Estimates and select "Make into Data Table"

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Another option is to launch the analysis in "invisible" mode and then query the report for the values you want to extract using display box subscripting:

biv = Bivariate( Y( :weight ), X( :height ), Fit Polynomial(2), Invisible);

rep = Report(biv);

//all = rep["Parameter Estimates"][TableBox(1)] <<Get As Matrix;

pe = rep["Parameter Estimates"][Number Col Box("Estimate")] <<Get As Matrix;

biv << Close();

show(pe);

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It's cool. It is what I want, thank you so much!