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I am running an ordinal logistic regression analysis, and occasionally I come up with an estimate of .000 that is significant in the model. The independent variable is continuous and the lower bound is 0.00007 and the upper bound is 0.001. How is that possible? This is my first experience with running this type of analysis, so I appreciate any assistance. I am using this method based on what I have ready in a categorical analysis book written by Agresti.
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Re: "0" value for estimate in Ordinal Logistic Regression2013-01-05T22:57:42ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Activate the table and double click the cell to see the full precision value. You can also increase the number of decimals shown via the cell format. Or use scientific notation.