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Interpreting regression output

  1. Aug 6, 2012 #1
    Hi there,

    I have performed a linear regression of the energy consumption of an electric car on 7 measured parameters. They are

    1. Max acceleration
    2. Average Acceleration
    3. Average Velocity
    4. Distance travelled
    5. Standard Deviation Acceleration
    6. Standard Deviation Velocity
    7. Max power required

    There originally was 25 parameters but, I narrowed it down to these 7 by investigating the relationships between the variables and using stepwise and best subsets regression. This is the simplest equation that I could get. I think that it is okay but I was just wondering if somebody could have a quick look at the output and see if anything major is wrong with it.

    Here is the output

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/54057365/All/regression%20output.JPG

    Thank you

    john
     
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