[R] a publication quality table for summary.zeroinfl()
mark_difford at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Oct 31 09:10:56 CET 2009
>> My ideal would be to gather the information onto the clipboard so I
>> could paste it into Excel and do the formatting there, but any approach
>> would be better than what I have now.
I would never use Excel for this since there are far superior tools
available. But it is very easy to assemble the two parts into a single table
for further manipulation. Not sure about the clipboard route, but the
following rather crude approach saves the object (a list) to a *.csv file in
your working directory.
## Simple, crude approach, with theta replicated as last column in the saved
data("bioChemists", package = "pscl")
fm_zinb <- zeroinfl(art ~ . | 1, data = bioChemists, dist = "negbin")
Temptab <- list(coef=rbind(summary(fm_zinb)$coefficients[],
## If you have a latex distribution
Chris Fowler wrote:
> I will swallow my pride and post to this list for the second time in 24
> hours--I have a paper due to a reviewer and I am desperate.
> Has anybody written code to move the output from "summary()" called on
> the results of a zeroinfl() model (from the pscl package) into a form
> suitable for publication?
> When I hit send on this message I am going to begin hand typing stars
> into a spreadsheet.
> The problem is that the zero-inflated model has two parts: a count and a
> zero portion--its coefficients are stored in separate arrays and there
> is a Log(theta) that needs to be thrown in there that is in a completely
> separate place in the structure of the summary function. As a result the
> functions that I have found for outputting summaries of other linear
> models all give error messages when attempted on this summary object.
> My ideal would be to gather the information onto the clipboard so I
> could paste it into Excel and do the formatting there, but any approach
> would be better than what I have now.
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> PLEASE do read the posting guide
> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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