- Thread starter IoannaChr
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I checked in excel and you don't get it directly in the results.

But you may just standardize your data before running the regression.

You may use the following calculator, it will give you also the standardized coefficients.

And also the R code in the output, if you prefer to run it in R.

But in are you will need also to scale it. just add scale for the DV and IVs.

for example:

lm(formula =

http://www.statskingdom.com/410multi_linear_regression.html

For example, if x1 varies in your data between 10 to 12, you may decide that your data for this parameter doesn't represent the full scale,

and decide to take the range of 5 to 20.

So just don't work automatically ...

Clearly there is no one perfect solution, and if you don't need weights, there is no need to use the standardized coefficients.

Under the assumption that for some reason you need weights, then the standardized coefficients method is one valid option.

But no method replace the common sense ...