- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- Chapter 1 What is a Regression?
- Chapter 2 The Essential Tool
- Chapter 3 Covariance and Correlation
- Chapter 4 Fitting a Line
- Chapter 5 From Sample to Population
- Chapter 6 Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests
- Chapter 7 Inference in Ordinary Least Squares
- Chapter 8 What If the Disturbances Have Nonzero Expectations or Different Variances?
- Chapter 9 What If the Disturbances Are Correlated?
- Chapter 10 What If the Disturbances and the Explanatory Variables Are Related?
- Chapter 11 What If There Is More Than One X?
- Chapter 12 Understanding and Interpreting Regression with Two x's
- Chapter 13 Making Regression More Flexible
- Chapter 14 More Than Two Explanatory Variables
- Chapter 15 Categorical Dependent Variables
This epilogue presents some brief concluding thoughts. It expresses the hope that the book has greatly expanded the capacity to verify. That is, readers are much more skilled at testing and validating theoretical propositions using proofs, and empirical propositions using data, than when they first began.
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