Viewing the z-scores or t-statistics of a model’s explanatory variables

The z-scores (or t-statistics) of a model’s explanatory variables are equal to the coefficients divided by the standard errors. Under the null hypothesis, they are distributed according to a standard normal (or t) distribution. T-statistics are reported for linear models, and z-scores are reported for all other models.

To view the z-scores and t-statistics of explanatory variables in a model:

  1. In the Model view, control-click the column header of the explanatory variable table
  2. Choose Z-Score (or T-Statistic)

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