What is the nature of your independent variables (the variables you are using to predict your dependent variable)?
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What is the nature of your independent variables?
All Continuous: Select this option if your independent variables are all continuous. Continuous means that the variable can take on any reasonable value. Some good examples of continuous variables include age, weight, height, test scores, survey scores, yearly salary, etc.
Not All Continuous: Select this option if one or more of your variables are not continuous. For instance, your variables could be categorical (possible values represent categories) or binary (only two possible values, e.g. yes/no, true/false).