peter at esb.ucp.pt
Mon Mar 27 13:05:13 CEST 2000
Prof Brian D Ripley wrote:
> > On another note, Is it possible to get a set of discriminant scores for
> > the multinom fit using predict.nnet or some other function like for lda
> > using predict.lda?
> Um, what do such scores mean? You can hack predict.multinom to do this,
> but only differences in scores are relevant. It fits probabilities, only.
What I wanted here was for some way to have a graphical view of a logistic
discrimination, like lda does with plotting discriminant scores. Most non
statisticians find graphical display of results easier to understand. Many
Journals prefer graphics instead of tables to show results.
Apologies for my ignorance. I have never used Logistic discrimination before
and I am still trying to understand some of the concepts.
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