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in GDP

education (all figures mentioned in

million)

Independent Var- GDP (all figures

mentioned in billion US dollar)

* Curve Estimation.

TSET NEWVAR=NONE.

CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=GDP WITH Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=LINEAR LOGARITHMIC QUADRATIC CUBIC

/PLOT FIT.

Curve Fit

Notes

Comments

Input Data F:\SUBHRA DRIVE\Ximb\Term-

2\SRM\SRM

presentation\Gdp_education.sav

Active Dataset DataSet2

Filter <none>

Weight <none>

Split File <none>

N of Rows in Working Data

31

File

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated

as missing.

Cases Used Cases with a missing value in any

variable are not used in the analysis.

Syntax CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=GDP WITH Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=LINEAR LOGARITHMIC

QUADRATIC CUBIC

/PLOT FIT.

Resources Processor Time 00:00:00.42

Elapsed Time 00:00:00.34

Use From First observation

To Last observation

Predict From First Observation following the use

period

To Last observation

Time Series Settings (TSET) Amount of Output PRINT = DEFAULT

Autocorrelation or Partial MXAUTO = 16

Autocorrelation Plots

MXCROSS = 7

Per Cross-Correlation Plots

Variables Generated Per MXNEWVAR = 60

Procedure

MXPREDICT = 1000

Cases Per Procedure

Treatment of User-Missing

MISSING = EXCLUDE

Values

Percentage Value

Tolerance for Entering

Variables in Regression TOLER = .0001

Equations

Maximum Iterative

CNVERGE = .001

Parameter Change

ACFSE = IND

Errors for Autocorrelations

Unspecified

Observations in Plots

[DataSet2]

Warnings

The Cubic model could not be fitted due to near-collinearity among model terms.

Model Description

Dependent Variable 1 GDP

Equation 1 Linear

2 Logarithmic

3 Quadratic

4 Cubic

Independent Variable Enrollment

Constant Included

Variable Whose Values Label Observations in Plots Unspecified

Tolerance for Entering Terms in Equations .0001

Total Cases 31

Excluded Casesa 0

Forecasted Cases 0

Newly Created Cases 0

variable are excluded from the

analysis.

Variables

Dependent Independent

GDP Enrollment

Number of Zeros 0 0

Number of Negative Values 0 0

Number of Missing Values User-Missing 0 0

System-Missing 0 0

Dependent Variable: GDP

Logarithmic .668 58.288 1 29 .000 -9520.948 2177.555

Quadratic .931 189.625 2 28 .000 4264.550 -92.883

Cubic .939 214.590 2 28 .000 1164.839 .000

Dependent Variable: GDP

Parameter Estimates

Equation b2 b3

Linear

Logarithmic

Quadratic .528

Cubic -.374 .003

The independent variable is Enrollment.

* Curve Estimation.

TSET NEWVAR=NONE.

CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=LoG_GDP WITH Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=LINEAR

/PRINT ANOVA

/PLOT FIT.

Curve Fit

Notes

Comments

Input Data F:\SUBHRA DRIVE\Ximb\Term-

2\SRM\SRM

presentation\Gdp_education.sav

Active Dataset DataSet2

Filter <none>

Weight <none>

Split File <none>

N of Rows in Working Data

31

File

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated

as missing.

Cases Used Cases with a missing value in any

variable are not used in the analysis.

Syntax CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=LoG_GDP WITH

Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=LINEAR

/PRINT ANOVA

/PLOT FIT.

Resources Processor Time 00:00:00.42

Elapsed Time 00:00:00.33

Use From First observation

To Last observation

Predict From First Observation following the use

period

To Last observation

Time Series Settings (TSET) Amount of Output PRINT = DEFAULT

Autocorrelation or Partial MXAUTO = 16

Autocorrelation Plots

Per Cross-Correlation Plots

Maximum Number of New

Variables Generated Per MXNEWVAR = 60

Procedure

MXPREDICT = 1000

Cases Per Procedure

Treatment of User-Missing

MISSING = EXCLUDE

Values

Confidence Interval

CIN = 95

Percentage Value

Variables in Regression TOLER = .0001

Equations

Maximum Iterative

CNVERGE = .001

Parameter Change

ACFSE = IND

Errors for Autocorrelations

Unspecified

Observations in Plots

Model Description

Dependent Variable 1 LoG_GDP

Equation 1 Linear

Independent Variable Enrollment

Constant Included

Variable Whose Values Label Observations in Plots Unspecified

Total Cases 31

a

Excluded Cases 0

Forecasted Cases 0

Newly Created Cases 0

a. Cases with a missing value in any

variable are excluded from the

analysis.

Variables

Dependent Independent

LoG_GDP Enrollment

Number of Zeros 0 0

Number of Negative Values 0 0

Number of Missing Values User-Missing 0 0

System-Missing 0 0

LoG_GDP(SEMI LOG)

Linear

Model Summary

R R Square Square Estimate

ANOVA

Regression 2.806 1 2.806 291.420 .000

Residual .279 29 .010

Total 3.085 30

Coefficients

Standardized

Unstandardized Coefficients Coefficients

(Constant) 1.155 .090 12.839 .000

--------------------------------------------------

-----------

IGNORE--------------------------------------

------

* Curve Estimation.

TSET NEWVAR=NONE.

CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=GDP WITH Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=CUBIC

/PRINT ANOVA

/PLOT FIT.

Curve Fit

Notes

Comments

Input Data F:\SUBHRA DRIVE\Ximb\Term-

2\SRM\SRM

presentation\Gdp_education.sav

Active Dataset DataSet2

Filter <none>

Weight <none>

Split File <none>

N of Rows in Working Data

31

File

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated

as missing.

Cases Used Cases with a missing value in any

variable are not used in the analysis.

Syntax CURVEFIT

/VARIABLES=GDP WITH Enrollment

/CONSTANT

/MODEL=CUBIC

/PRINT ANOVA

/PLOT FIT.

Resources Processor Time 00:00:00.20

Elapsed Time 00:00:00.20

Use From First observation

To Last observation

Predict From First Observation following the use

period

To Last observation

Time Series Settings (TSET) Amount of Output PRINT = DEFAULT

Autocorrelation or Partial MXAUTO = 16

Autocorrelation Plots

MXCROSS = 7

Per Cross-Correlation Plots

Variables Generated Per MXNEWVAR = 60

Procedure

MXPREDICT = 1000

Cases Per Procedure

Treatment of User-Missing

MISSING = EXCLUDE

Values

Confidence Interval

CIN = 95

Percentage Value

Variables in Regression TOLER = .0001

Equations

Maximum Iterative

CNVERGE = .001

Parameter Change

ACFSE = IND

Errors for Autocorrelations

Variable Whose Values Label

Unspecified

Observations in Plots

Warnings

The Cubic model could not be fitted due to near-collinearity among model terms.

Model Description

Dependent Variable 1 GDP

Equation 1 Cubic

Independent Variable Enrollment

Constant Included

Variable Whose Values Label Observations in Plots Unspecified

Tolerance for Entering Terms in Equations .0001

Total Cases 31

a

Excluded Cases 0

Forecasted Cases 0

Newly Created Cases 0

variable are excluded from the

analysis.

Variables

Dependent Independent

GDP Enrollment

Number of Zeros 0 0

Number of Negative Values 0 0

Number of Missing Values User-Missing 0 0

System-Missing 0 0

GDP

Cubic

Model Summary

R R Square Square Estimate

ANOVA

Residual 559520.618 28 19982.879

Total 9135785.973 30

Coefficients

Standardized

Unstandardized Coefficients Coefficients

Enrollment ** 3 .003 .000 4.146 7.661 .000

(Constant) 1164.839 244.783 4.759 .000

Excluded Terms

Partial Minimum

Beta In t Sig. Correlation Tolerance

a

Enrollment 11.297 2.260 .032 .399 .000

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