```
# Example 1. See help(glm)
(d.AD <- data.frame(treatment = gl(3, 3),
outcome = gl(3, 1, 9),
counts = c(18,17,15,20,10,20,25,13,12)))
vglm.D93 <- vglm(counts ~ outcome + treatment, poissonff,
data = d.AD, trace = TRUE)
summary(vglm.D93)
# Example 2. Multinomial logit model
pneumo <- transform(pneumo, let = log(exposure.time))
vglm(cbind(normal, mild, severe) ~ let, multinomial, pneumo)
# Example 3. Proportional odds model
fit3 <- vglm(cbind(normal, mild, severe) ~ let, propodds, pneumo)
coef(fit3, matrix = TRUE)
constraints(fit3)
model.matrix(fit3, type = "lm") # LM model matrix
model.matrix(fit3) # Larger VGLM (or VLM) matrix
# Example 4. Bivariate logistic model
fit4 <- vglm(cbind(nBnW, nBW, BnW, BW) ~ age, binom2.or, coalminers)
coef(fit4, matrix = TRUE)
depvar(fit4) # Response are proportions
weights(fit4, type = "prior")
# Example 5. The use of the xij argument (simple case).
# The constraint matrix for 'op' has one column.
nn <- 1000
eyesdat <- round(data.frame(lop = runif(nn),
rop = runif(nn),
op = runif(nn)), digits = 2)
eyesdat <- transform(eyesdat, eta1 = -1 + 2 * lop,
eta2 = -1 + 2 * lop)
eyesdat <- transform(eyesdat,
leye = rbinom(nn, 1, prob = logitlink(eta1, inv = TRUE)),
reye = rbinom(nn, 1, prob = logitlink(eta2, inv = TRUE)))
head(eyesdat)
fit5 <- vglm(cbind(leye, reye) ~ op,
binom2.or(exchangeable = TRUE, zero = 3),
data = eyesdat, trace = TRUE,
xij = list(op ~ lop + rop + fill1(lop)),
form2 = ~ op + lop + rop + fill1(lop))
coef(fit5)
coef(fit5, matrix = TRUE)
constraints(fit5)
fit5@control$xij
head(model.matrix(fit5))
# Example 6. The use of the 'constraints' argument.
as.character(~ bs(year,df=3)) # Get the white spaces right
clist <- list("(Intercept)" = diag(3),
"bs(year, df = 3)" = rbind(1, 0, 0))
fit1 <- vglm(r1 ~ bs(year,df=3), gev(zero = NULL),
data = venice, constraints = clist, trace = TRUE)
coef(fit1, matrix = TRUE) # Check
```

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