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The approach to the problem
Some methods of calculating the parameters of the logistic growth
The regression method used to determine the parameters of the logistic
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100 inhabitants Ay(t Becker Buissink Bureau of Statistics calculated values car density cars Column cars in cars cars in thousands cars of constant cars per 100 Central Bureau chapter Consequently correlation coefficient Demand for Demand derived series determined Economisch-Statistische Berichten equation Erkelens explaining variables exponential exponential growth extrapolation families and cars fixed kernel follows forecast of cars Geerlings given in Table Graph home market i=l i=l Import of second-hand income and price integration method logistic curve logistic growth curve maximum mebt mortality rates Moving average multicollinearity exists multicollinearity pattern Mutations in trade negative Netherlands number of cars number of imported number of passenger paragraph passenger cars percentages population price and income Raymond Pearl registration number regression analysis regression method relationship saturation level t-values thousands families inhabitants three-point method total number values of y0 y(t)-values yields z(t+l z(tj