ls.print {stats} | R Documentation |
lsfit
Regression ResultsComputes basic statistics, including standard errors, t- and p-values
for the regression coefficients and prints them if print.it
is
TRUE
.
ls.print(ls.out, digits = 4, print.it = TRUE)
ls.out |
Typically the result of |
digits |
The number of significant digits used for printing |
print.it |
a logical indicating whether the result should also be printed |
A list with the components
summary |
The ANOVA table of the regression |
coef.table |
matrix with regression coefficients, standard errors, t- and p-values |
Usually you would use summary(lm(...))
and
anova(lm(...))
to obtain similar output.
ls.diag
, lsfit
, also for examples;
lm
, lm.influence
which usually are
preferable.