Interpretation of Coefficients
The coefficients in a regression model represent the relationship between each independent variable and the dependent variable. Specifically, they indicate the change in the dependent variable for a oneunit change in the independent variable, holding all other variables constant.
Let's interpret the coefficients for each parameter:

Turbidity (NTU):
 PH: 0.0144 (Negative relationship)
 Turbidity (NTU): 0.9892 (Positive relationship)
 EC (us/cm): 0.0238 (Positive relationship)
 TS: 0.0292 (Negative relationship)
 TDS: 0.0950 (Positive relationship)
 Intercept: 0.142
 Interpretation: Turbidity is most strongly influenced by its own previous values, with a nearly 1:1 relationship. Other variables have smaller impacts.

EC (us/cm):
 PH: 0.0319 (Positive relationship)
 Turbidity (NTU): 0.0238 (Positive relationship)
 EC (us/cm): 0.9473 (Positive relationship)
 TS: 0.0646 (Positive relationship)
 TDS: 0.2103 (Negative relationship)
 Intercept: 0.314
 Interpretation: EC is most strongly influenced by its own previous values, with a nearly 1:1 relationship. TDS has a negative impact on EC.

TS:
 PH: 0.0390 (Negative relationship)
 Turbidity (NTU): 0.0292 (Negative relationship)
 EC (us/cm): 0.0646 (Positive relationship)
 TS: 0.9210 (Positive relationship)
 TDS: 0.2573 (Positive relationship)
 Intercept: 0.385
 Interpretation: TS is most strongly influenced by its own previous values. TDS also has a positive impact on TS.

TDS:
 PH: 0.1271 (Positive relationship)
 Turbidity (NTU): 0.0950 (Positive relationship)
 EC (us/cm): 0.2103 (Negative relationship)
 TS: 0.2573 (Positive relationship)
 TDS: 0.1618 (Positive relationship)
 Intercept: 1.253
 Interpretation: TDS is influenced by multiple factors, with TS having the most significant positive impact. EC has a negative impact on TDS.

TSS:
 PH: 0.1662 (Negative relationship)
 Turbidity (NTU): 0.1242 (Negative relationship)
 EC (us/cm): 0.2748 (Positive relationship)
 TS: 0.6636 (Positive relationship)
 TDS: 0.0955 (Positive relationship)
 Intercept: 1.637
 Interpretation: TSS is most strongly influenced by TS, with a positive relationship. PH and Turbidity have negative impacts on TSS.
Summary
The coefficients provide insights into how each independent variable affects the dependent variables. In general, each parameter is most strongly influenced by its own previous values, with other variables having varying degrees of impact. Positive coefficients indicate a direct relationship, while negative coefficients indicate an inverse relationship.
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