# HH.regsubsets

From HH v3.1-19
by Richard Heiberger

##### Display tabular results for Best Subsets Regression.

Print a tabular display of the results of Best Subsets Regression.
This is an alternate display for the object from the `regsubsets`

function. This function is based on `regsubsets`

.
The functions described here are designed for the HH package in R and
use the leaps package in R.
The leaps package is not in S-Plus, hence these functions
do not work in the HH package for S-Plus.

- Keywords
- regression

##### Usage

```
`summaryHH`(object, ...)
## S3 method for class 'regsubsets':
summaryHH(object,
names = abbreviate(dimnames(incidence)[[2]], minlength = abbrev),
abbrev = 1, min.size = 1, max.size = dim(sumry$which)[2],
statistic = c("bic", "cp", "adjr2", "rsq", "rss", "stderr"),
las = par("las"),
cex.subsets = 1, ..., main=statistic)
## S3 method for class 'summaryHH.regsubsets':
plot(x, ...,
statistic="adjr2", legend=FALSE,
col="darkgray", cex=1, pch=16,
col.text="black", cex.text=1, col.abline="darkgray")
```

##### Arguments

- object
- An object of class
`"regsubsets"`

. - x
- An object of class
`"summaryHH.regsubsets"`

. - statistic
- Name of statistic to be plotted for each model.
- ...
- Other arguments to be passed down to
`subsets.regsubsets`

and`plot`

. - names
- Abbreviations of variable names.
- abbrev
- minimum number of letters in each abbreviation.
- min.size
- minimum size subset to plot; default is 1.
- max.size
- maximum size subset to plot; default is number of predictors.
- legend
- logical variable,
`TRUE`

if the legend should be printed. If the legend is printed, the execution halts until the user clicks an empty space in the graph where the legend should be placed. - las
- Orientation for model names on graph.
- cex.subsets
- can be used to change the relative size of the characters used to
plot the regression subsets; default is
`1`

. - main
`"main"`

title for graph.- col, cex, pch
`par`

values for dot locating statistic.- col.text, cex.text
`par`

values for abbreviations of models on plot.- col.abline
`par`

parameters for`abline`

when the statistic is`cp`

.

##### Value

`summaryHH`

produces a table of models, with`p, rsq, rss, adjr2, cp, bic, stderr`

for each.`plot.summaryHH.regsubsets`

plots the specified statistic from the summary. All the others are support functions.

##### See Also

*Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.1-19, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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