We've seen in the previous post (here) how important the *-cartesian product to model joint effected in the regression. Consider the case of two explanatory variates, one continuous (, the age of the driver) and one qualitative (, gasoline ve...

Update (07.07.10): The function in this post has a more mature version in the “arm” package. See at the end of this post for more details. * * * * Imagine you want to give a presentation or report of your latest findings running some sort of regression analysis. How would you do it? This was exactly the question...

The simple linear regression model considers the relationship between two variables and in many cases more information will be available that can be used to extend the model. For example, there might be a categorical variable (sometimes known as a covariate) that can be used to divide the data set to fit a separate linear

One of the most frequent used techniques in statistics is linear regression where we investigate the potential relationship between a variable of interest (often called the response variable but there are many other names in use) and a set of one of more variables (known as the independent variables or some other term). Unsurprisingly there

Download "Getting Started with the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit" (pdf, 1.25 megabytes) Download the Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit My Social Media Analytics Research Toolkit is about to move into private beta. What's in the release?...

The nls() function has a well documented (and discussed) different behavior compared to the lm()’s. Specifically you can’t just put an indexed column from a data frame as an input or output of the model. > nls(data ~ c + expFct(data,beta), data = time.data, + start = start.list) Error in parse(text = x) : unexpected

IowaHawk has a excellent article attempting to reproduce the infamous CRU climate graph using OpenOffice: Fables of the Reconstruction. We thought we would show how to produced similarly bad results using R. If the re-constructed technique is close to what was originally done then so many bad moves were taken that you can’t learn much Related posts:

I’m highly excited to announce that influence.ME is now available. Influence.ME is a new software package for R, providing statistical tools for detecting influential data in mixed models. It has been developed by Rense Nieuwenhuis, Ben Pelzer, a...

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