Type III (Wald) Tests
Wald tests are Chi-square statistics that test the
null hypothesis that a parameter is 0; in other words,
that the corresponding variable has no effect given
that the other variables are in the model.
These are approximate tests that are
more accurate with larger sample sizes.
In this example, only the coefficient for LI
is statistically significant (p = 0.0297).
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