[R] Don´t know what test i have to use

David Winsemius dwinsemius at comcast.net
Wed Jan 12 19:37:39 CET 2011

On Jan 12, 2011, at 12:51 PM, gaiarrido wrote:

> Hello,
> I´m starting with my PhD and I have to stop because i got a little  
> knowledge
> in R and statistics.
> I´ve got a model of this kind:
> binary response variable: prevalence of infection (0/1)
> 3 categorical independent variables: sex, month and name of the area
> I was trying with a full model like this, before the simplification
> model<-aov(prevalencia~sex*month*area)
> but the Fligner test told that i haven´t got homoscedascity, so I  
> suppose I
> should trying with glm, with a model
> model2<-glm(prevalencia~edad*sexo*mes*zona,binomial)
> is that correct? where I must put the link (logit) ?

Why not read the help page regarding binomial that is on the help page  
for glm. There you will learn what the default link is for binomial.


> Thnks very much
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David Winsemius, MD
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