The following links lead to examples that
showcase GRM''s
implementation of the general
linear model, an implementation that enables you to build models for
highly complex designs, including designs with effects for categorical
predictor variables.

GRM Examples of Model Building.

Example 1: Stepwise Regression

Example 2: Best-Subset Regression

The Examples
section of the General
Linear Models module contains examples of many basic and advanced
types of analyses using the general linear model, and the typical results
that are computed. Note that GRM
and GLM provide similar methods
for specifying analyses and producing results, so for many of the example
analyses the same specifications can be used in GRM
as are used in GLM.

Basic examples of analyses using the general linear model.

Example 1: A 2 x 3 Between-Groups Factorial ANOVA Design

Example 2: One-Way ANOVA Design

Example 3: Main Effects ANOVA Design

Example 4: Mixed-Model Factorial ANOVA Design

Example 5: Mixed-Model Nested ANOVA Design

Example 6: Repeated Measures ANOVA Design

Example 7: Simple Regression Analysis

Example 8: Multiple Regression Analysis

Example 9: Response Surface Design

Example 10: Mixture Surface Design

Advanced examples of unique features in GLM.

Example 1: Type V Sums of Squares

Example 2: Planned Comparisons of Least Squares Means

Example 3: Custom Within Designs

Example 4: Post-Hoc Tests for Repeated Measures

Example 5: Specifying a Process-Mixture Design

Example 6: Response Optimization

See also GRM - Index.