I am analyzing Log+C transformed intensity data with temperature. I was advised to do a curve estimation regression analysis in SPSS, examining an exponential relationship but I am not sure how to interpret my output. My sample size is small- only 10, but the relationship, the curve, appears strong to me. Here is my output with the exponential model

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#### Best Answer

That looks exactly like the CURVEFIT (Analyze > Regression > Curve Estimation) output to me. It is the estimates for the regression of ln(Transfintensity) on High, i.e.,

ln(Trnsfintensity) = 7856642 – .651 * High.

so exponentiating both sides gives

Transfintensity = e**(7856642 – .651 * High).

There is an optional plot with this procedure that might help you understand the equation

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