I know that the formula for the BIC is generally
BIC = -2ln(L) + k*ln(n)
where n is the number of data points, k is the number of parametes, and L = likelihood.
What do we use for L when we're doing BIC for a linear regression or an ANOVA?
I know that the formula for the BIC is generally
BIC = -2ln(L) + k*ln(n)
where n is the number of data points, k is the number of parametes, and L = likelihood.
What do we use for L when we're doing BIC for a linear regression or an ANOVA?