ls.print

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Computes basic statistics, including standard errors, t- and p-values for the regression coefficients and prints them if print.it is TRUE.

Keywords
regression
Usage
ls.print(ls.out, digits = 4, print.it = TRUE)
Arguments
ls.out
Typically the result of lsfit()
digits
The number of significant digits used for printing
print.it
a logical indicating whether the result should also be printed
Value

A list with the components

summary
The ANOVA table of the regression
coef.table
matrix with regression coefficients, standard errors, t- and p-values

Note

Usually you would use summary(lm(…)) and anova(lm(…)) to obtain similar output.

See Also

ls.diag, lsfit, also for examples; lm, lm.influence which usually are preferable.

Aliases
  • ls.print
Documentation reproduced from package stats, version 3.3.3, License: Part of R 3.3.3

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