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LaTeX Representation of a Fitted Model

Creates a file containing a LaTeX representation of the fitted model. For model-specific typesetting there is latex.lrm, latex.cph, latex.psm and latex.ols. latex.cph has some arguments that are specific to cph models. These routines work with the display package from statlib to display and print the formatted model fits. latexrms is the core function which is called internally by latexrms (which is called by latex.cph, latex.ols, etc.).

Keywords
models, methods, regression, character, interface
Usage
latexrms(object,
 file=paste(first.word(deparse(substitute(object))),".tex",sep=""),
 append=FALSE, which=1:p, varnames, columns=65, prefix=NULL, inline=FALSE,
 before=if(inline)"" else "& &", intercept, pretrans=TRUE,
 digits=.Options$digits)

## S3 method for class 'rms': latex(object, title, file=paste(first.word(deparse(substitute(object))),'tex',sep='.'), ...)

Arguments
object
a fit object created by a fitting function in the rms series
file
name of .tex file to create, default is first word of argument object with ".tex" added. Set to "" to send LaTeX output to standard output.
append
whether or not to append to an existing file
which
a vector of subcripts (corresponding to object$Design$name) specifying a submodel to print. Default is to describe the whole model. which can also be a vector of character strings specifying the factor names to print. En
varnames
variable names to substitute for non-interactions. Order must correspond to object$Design$name and interactions must be omitted. Default is object$Design$name[object$Design$assume.code!=9]. varnames can contai
columns
maximum number of columns of printing characters to allow before outputting a LaTeX newline command
prefix
if given, a LaTeX \lefteqn command of the form \lefteqn{prefix =} \\ will be inserted to print a left-hand-side of the equation.
inline
Set to TRUE to create text for insertion in an in-line equation. This text contains only the expansion of X beta, and is not surrounded by "$".
before
a character string to place before each line of output. Use the default for a LaTeX eqnarray environment.
intercept
a special intercept value to include that is not part of the standard model parameters (e.g., centering constant in Cox model). Only allowed in the latexrms rendition.
pretrans
if any spline or polynomial-expanded variables are themselves transformed, a table of pre-transformations will be formed unless pretrans=FALSE.
digits
number of digits of precision to use in formatting coefficients and other numbers
title
ignored
...
other arguments in ...will be passed to latexrms and latex.default
Value

  • a file name of class "latex"

See Also

latex, rcspline.restate, rms

Aliases
  • latexrms
  • latex.rms
  • latex.bj
  • latex.Glm
  • latex.Gls
Examples
f <- lrm(death ~ rcs(age)+sex)
w <- latex(f)
w     # displays, using e.g. xdvi
latex(f, file="")    # send LaTeX code to screen
Documentation reproduced from package rms, version 2.0-2, License: GPL (>= 2)

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