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Table 8 Forbidden triads coefficients from statistical models of success with varying right-hand time cutoff

From: Forbidden triads and creative success in jazz: the Miles Davis factor

Right-hand time cutoff   1. OLS model of log(Releases) 2. NB model of Releases 3. OLS model of log(Releases) with fixed effects 4. NB model of Releases with fixed effects
2000 Forbidden triads .0445*** (.0100) .2648*** (.0511) .0316*** (.0112) .2253*** (.0528)
  Forbidden triads (squared) −.0383*** (.0114) −.2282*** (.0585) −.0291** (.0127) −.2672*** (.0606)
1995 Forbidden triads .0476*** (.0118) .2674*** (.0553) .0342** (.0130) .3437*** (.0406)
  Forbidden triads (squared) −.0401** (.0135) −.2262*** (.0636) −.0320* (.0149) −.3399*** (.0471)
1990 Forbidden triads .0530*** (.0142) .2771*** (.0606) .0385* (.0155) .3581*** (.0419)
  Forbidden triads (squared) −.0425** (.0163) −.2261** (.0699) −.0347* (.0178) −.3507*** (.0487)
  1. Standard errors are in parentheses. *: P < .05; **: p < .01; ***: p < .001