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Predicting data values based on a linear regression model is quite straight forward. Given that the independent variable x<sub>i</sub> is available for position i (e.g. a research plot location), one can estimate (i.e. predict) the value of the dependent variable y<sub>i</sub> using | Predicting data values based on a linear regression model is quite straight forward. Given that the independent variable x<sub>i</sub> is available for position i (e.g. a research plot location), one can estimate (i.e. predict) the value of the dependent variable y<sub>i</sub> using |

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