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 Jul 27 revised Finding a model for multiple non-linear regressionedited title Jul 27 revised Finding a model for multiple non-linear regressionadded 5 characters in body Jul 26 comment Finding a model for multiple non-linear regressionI shared the data (I am looking for a better method.) Do you mean z=p1*x+p2*y+r? (r=residuals) Jul 26 revised Finding a model for multiple non-linear regressionadded 62 characters in body Jul 26 awarded Student Jul 26 awarded Editor Jul 26 revised Finding a model for multiple non-linear regressionadded 13 characters in body Jul 26 asked Finding a model for multiple non-linear regression Jun 27 revised How can I compute a repeated measurement ANOVA with a mixed model?added 141 characters in body Jun 27 asked How can I compute a repeated measurement ANOVA with a mixed model? Apr 20 awarded Scholar Apr 20 accepted Mixed Model in SAS Apr 18 revised Mixed Model in SASadded 56 characters in body Apr 18 revised Mixed Model in SASadded 7 characters in body Apr 18 comment Mixed Model in SASI thought that this could be the problem, but I was not sure how to fit the function. The problem is I cannot write a group variable in the row and so I don't how to fit the function. I think, that model should thus look like: signal1 signal2 signal3 signal4 signal5 = ... . Instead of ... should there be the signal strength, but I have no variable for it and I am not sure how to create a variable for the signal strength, because every measurement point has its own signal strength and so I cannot wrote the coding number for it in the row. How can I solve this? Apr 18 revised Mixed Model in SASadded 602 characters in body Apr 18 comment Mixed Model in SASThank you for this link. This page is very useful. I tried to analyse the data with proc glm. The p-value ist 0.4148. I get the same with proc anova. So, I am not sure my model is wrong or the analysis in spss. I am a little bit confused, too. Shouldn't I get the same results with a mixed model and an anova? If they don't have the same results, why? I thought a mixed model is just a more general model then the Anova. And I get an error: Repeated measures analysis requires multiple dependent variables. Does it mean rm-anova is the wrong model to analyse this data? Apr 18 revised Mixed Model in SASedited body Apr 17 revised Mixed Model in SASadded 338 characters in body Apr 17 comment Mixed Model in SASThe model looks like se = beta * signal + b * ProNr. I want to handle the signal as fixed effect and ProNr as random effect. I think it is the same like a repeated measurement anova, isn't it?