[R] se from predict.glm
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Feb 17 19:36:54 CET 2000
On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Chong Gu wrote:
> I am not sure whether it is a design decision or just an oversight.
> When I ask for the standard errors of the predictions with
> where budwm.lgt is a logistic fit of the budworm data in MASS, I got
> Error in match.arg(type) : ARG should be one of response, terms
> If one is to construct a CI for the fitted binomial probability,
> wouldn't it be more natural to do it on the link scale before
> transforming to the probability scale?
Yes, that's what we (V&R) do normally.
> Of course, knowing a bit about what's going on inside glm, I could use
> predict.lm to get what I want, but I am curious why se is not made
> available for the link prediction in predict.glm.
It is, and this works in 0.99.0. You are hitting a bug in an earlier
version of R.
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