```
# NOT RUN {
shunua <- hunua[sort.list(with(hunua, altitude)), ] # Sort by altitude
fit <- vglm(agaaus ~ poly(altitude, 2), binomialff(link = clogloglink),
data = shunua)
# }
# NOT RUN {
plot(agaaus ~ jitter(altitude), shunua, ylab = "Pr(Agaaus = 1)",
main = "Presence/absence of Agathis australis", col = 4, las = 1)
with(shunua, lines(altitude, fitted(fit), col = "orange", lwd = 2))
# }
# NOT RUN {
# Fit two species simultaneously
fit2 <- vgam(cbind(agaaus, kniexc) ~ s(altitude),
binomialff(multiple.responses = TRUE), data = shunua)
# }
# NOT RUN {
with(shunua, matplot(altitude, fitted(fit2), type = "l",
main = "Two species response curves", las = 1))
# }
# NOT RUN {
# Shows that Fisher scoring can sometime fail. See Ridout (1990).
ridout <- data.frame(v = c(1000, 100, 10), r = c(4, 3, 3), n = rep(5, 3))
(ridout <- transform(ridout, logv = log(v)))
# The iterations oscillates between two local solutions:
glm.fail <- glm(r / n ~ offset(logv) + 1, weight = n,
binomial(link = 'cloglog'), ridout, trace = TRUE)
coef(glm.fail)
# vglm()'s half-stepping ensures the MLE of -5.4007 is obtained:
vglm.ok <- vglm(cbind(r, n-r) ~ offset(logv) + 1,
binomialff(link = clogloglink), ridout, trace = TRUE)
coef(vglm.ok)
# Separable data
set.seed(123)
threshold <- 0
bdata <- data.frame(x2 = sort(rnorm(nn <- 100)))
bdata <- transform(bdata, y1 = ifelse(x2 < threshold, 0, 1))
fit <- vglm(y1 ~ x2, binomialff(bred = TRUE),
data = bdata, criter = "coef", trace = TRUE)
coef(fit, matrix = TRUE) # Finite!!
summary(fit)
# }
# NOT RUN {
plot(depvar(fit) ~ x2, data = bdata, col = "blue", las = 1)
lines(fitted(fit) ~ x2, data = bdata, col = "orange")
abline(v = threshold, col = "gray", lty = "dashed")
# }
```

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