Soo Owen posted on Monday, October 01, 2018 - 11:43 am
So, I ran a multivariate regression analysis with 7 continuous variables and dummy predictors. I've got some significant coefficients but I don't know how to interpret the pvalues of R-squares. Below is part of my output. While two dummy variables significantly predict the Y1ACADEV, all predictors explain only 7% of Y1ACADEV. But the p-value for the R-square is not significant (0.118). What does it mean?
Y1ACADEV ON FIELD -0.025 0.110 -0.223 0.824 PEERSOCIAL -0.314 0.144 -2.184 0.029 BOTH 0.108 0.046 2.380 0.017