Generalized Linear/Nonlinear Models - Quick Tab

Select the Quick tab of the Generalized Linear/Nonlinear Models Startup Panel to access options to select the appropriate generalized linear model for the design. In order to perform a generalized linear/nonlinear model analysis, a data file must be selected at this point.

Generalized linear model. The Generalized linear model list contains the most typical models for a design; for additional models, select the GLZ Startup Panel - Advanced tab. Note that when you choose an option from this list, the Specification Method on the Advanced tab will by default be set to Quick specs dialog and the Type of analysis will be set to General custom designs.

Logit model. Select Logit model to set the Distribution to Binomial and the Link function to Logit on the GLZ Startup Panel - Advanced tab.

Probit model. Select Probit model to set the Distribution to Binomial and the Link function to Probit on the Advanced tab.

Multinomial logit model. Select Multinomial logit model to set the Distribution to Multinomial and the Link function to Logit on the Advanced tab.

Ordinal logit model. Select Ordinal logit model to set the Distribution to Ordinal multinomial and the Link function to Logit on the Advanced tab.

Ordinal probit model. Select Ordinal probit model to set the Distribution to Ordinal multinomial and the Link function to Probit on the Advanced tab.

Poisson log model. Select Poisson log model to set the Distribution to Poisson and the Link function to Log on the Advanced tab.

Normal log model. Select Normal log model to set the Distribution to Normal and the Link function to Log on the Advanced tab.

Tweedie log model. Select Tweedie model to set the Distribution to Tweedie and the Link function to Log on the Advanced tab.

Negative binomial log model. Select Negative binomial log model to set the Distribution to negative binomial and the Link function to Log on the Advanced tab.

Beta logit model. Select Beta logit model to set the Distribution to Beta and the and the Link function to Logit on the Advanced tab.

For more detailed information, refer to the Distribution and Link function section on the GLZ Startup Panel - Advanced tab. Refer also to the Introductory Overview and GLZ - Index.