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therese
Level II

Linear modeling - log transformed/square root transformed Y-variable

Hi all JMP users, 

 

Does anyone know how to do this in JMP? I want to do a normal linear modeling where the log is transformed or with a square root transformed Y-variable. 

 

Thank you!

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txnelson
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Re: Linear modeling - log transformed/square root transformed Y-variable

When you go to choose the Y column in the Fit Model, or any other of the JMP Platforms, you can right click on the column you want to use for the Y variable, and select the transform form you want to use

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Jim

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txnelson
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Re: Linear modeling - log transformed/square root transformed Y-variable

When you go to choose the Y column in the Fit Model, or any other of the JMP Platforms, you can right click on the column you want to use for the Y variable, and select the transform form you want to use

transform.PNG

Jim

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Re: Linear modeling - log transformed/square root transformed Y-variable

You can also select the response in the Y role and then click the red triangle next to Transform in the middle of the dialog  box, just to the left of the Effects list.

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