What is the difference between B-weights and beta weights in multiple regression?

 
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Posted on May. 15th, 2009

Beta weights are standardized and are providing weights on variables in units of standard deviations. The B-weights are unstandardized and hence are weights on variables in the units in which they were measured.

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