[R] FW: partial residual plots
mark_difford at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Mar 2 19:17:18 CET 2009
Dwayne Culp wrote:
>> Is it possible to produce partial residual plots in R?
See ?cr.plots in package car. This does "Component+Residual (Partial
Culp, Dwayne wrote:
> I was advised someone might be able to help me with this.
> Very truly yours,
> Dwayne E. Culp, P.E., CFM
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> From: Culp, Dwayne
> Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 3:04 PM
> To: Ted Cleveland; R-core at r-project.org
> Subject: partial residual plots
> Is it possible to produce partial residual plots in R?
> I am trying to plot the partial residual vs the adjusted explanatory
> in a multiple linear regression to determine if a transformation should be
> done in the explanatory variable.
> Very truly yours,
> Dwayne E. Culp, P.E., CFM | Jacobs North American Infrastructure | Senior
> Project Manager- Land Development | 5995 Rogerdale Road | Houston, TX
> 281.776.2109 | 713.898.1977 Mobile | Dwayne.Culp at Jacobs.com
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