[R] Ancova in R?
Prof Brian D Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Feb 9 08:11:27 CET 2000
On Tue, 8 Feb 2000, Pete Hurd wrote:
> How to Ancova in R?
> I know this has got to be an FAQ, because I see it asked in the lists, but
> I haven't seen an answer to it.
That's what the aov() function does, if I understand you correctly, and it
is itself a wrapper for calls to lm. ancova normally means just the
analysis of variance for some simple regression models. The S language has
an elegant formula notation for regression models rather than a whole set
of special-purpose procedures.
> I see the R-sm has the ancova thing happening, but I kind of doubt that
> what I'm trying to do is "smoothing"...
And what is R-sm? An obscure reference to the sm package on CRAN,
perhaps? There is a function sm.ancova in that package, and that compares
a set of nonparametric regression curves.
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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