```
# NOT RUN {
require(utils) # for str
nf <- gaussian() # Normal family
nf
str(nf)
gf <- Gamma()
gf
str(gf)
gf$linkinv
gf$variance(-3:4) #- == (.)^2
## Binomial with default 'logit' link: Check some properties visually:
bi <- binomial()
et <- seq(-10,10, by=1/8)
plot(et, bi$mu.eta(et), type="l")
## show that mu.eta() is derivative of linkinv() :
lines((et[-1]+et[-length(et)])/2, col=adjustcolor("red", 1/4),
diff(bi$linkinv(et))/diff(et), type="l", lwd=4)
## which here is the logistic density:
lines(et, dlogis(et), lwd=3, col=adjustcolor("blue", 1/4))
stopifnot(exprs = {
all.equal(bi$ mu.eta(et), dlogis(et))
all.equal(bi$linkinv(et), plogis(et) -> m)
all.equal(bi$linkfun(m ), qlogis(m)) # logit(.) == qlogis(.) !
})
## Data from example(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))
glm.D93 <- glm(counts ~ outcome + treatment, d.AD, family = poisson())
## Quasipoisson: compare with above / example(glm) :
glm.qD93 <- glm(counts ~ outcome + treatment, d.AD, family = quasipoisson())
# }
# NOT RUN {
glm.qD93
anova (glm.qD93, test = "F")
summary(glm.qD93)
## for Poisson results (same as from 'glm.D93' !) use
anova (glm.qD93, dispersion = 1, test = "Chisq")
summary(glm.qD93, dispersion = 1)
# }
# NOT RUN {
## Example of user-specified link, a logit model for p^days
## See Shaffer, T. 2004. Auk 121(2): 526-540.
logexp <- function(days = 1)
{
linkfun <- function(mu) qlogis(mu^(1/days))
linkinv <- function(eta) plogis(eta)^days
mu.eta <- function(eta) days * plogis(eta)^(days-1) *
binomial()$mu.eta(eta)
valideta <- function(eta) TRUE
link <- paste0("logexp(", days, ")")
structure(list(linkfun = linkfun, linkinv = linkinv,
mu.eta = mu.eta, valideta = valideta, name = link),
class = "link-glm")
}
(bil3 <- binomial(logexp(3)))
# }
# NOT RUN {
## in practice this would be used with a vector of 'days', in
## which case use an offset of 0 in the corresponding formula
## to get the null deviance right.
## Binomial with identity link: often not a good idea, as both
## computationally and conceptually difficult:
binomial(link = "identity") ## is exactly the same as
binomial(link = make.link("identity"))
## tests of quasi
x <- rnorm(100)
y <- rpois(100, exp(1+x))
glm(y ~ x, family = quasi(variance = "mu", link = "log"))
# which is the same as
glm(y ~ x, family = poisson)
glm(y ~ x, family = quasi(variance = "mu^2", link = "log"))
# }
# NOT RUN {
glm(y ~ x, family = quasi(variance = "mu^3", link = "log")) # fails
# }
# NOT RUN {
y <- rbinom(100, 1, plogis(x))
# need to set a starting value for the next fit
glm(y ~ x, family = quasi(variance = "mu(1-mu)", link = "logit"), start = c(0,1))
# }
```

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