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Fran Posted - 12 Jul 2005 : 12:00:56
I am using the Data Analysis Active X Control in VB 6.0 to do Multiple Linear Regression. I have two arrays of doubles defined in my code which I fill with the data I want analyzed, but when I use the SetIVMatrix and SetDVVector methods I get a type mismatch error. Has anyone successfully accomplished this in VB 6.0?
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quinncurtis Posted - 12 Jul 2005 : 18:52:43
VB property vs subroutine call.

The method is a subroutine call that does not return a value and needs a CALL statement in front of it.


' this dimensions the array for 10 elements (0..9)
Dim rDepVar(9) As Double

' pass in the first element of the array
Call MulReg1.SetDVVector(rDepVar(0))

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