[R] gam - Y axis probability scale with confidence/error lines
patrick.breheny at uky.edu
Wed Mar 14 17:39:22 CET 2012
The predict() function has an option 'se.fit' that returns what you are
asking for. If you set this equal to TRUE in your code:
pred <- predict(fit,data.frame(x=xx),type="response",se.fit=TRUE)
will return a list with two elements, 'fit' and 'se.fit'. The pointwise
confidence intervals will then be
pred$fit + 1.96*se.fit
pred$fit - 1.96*se.fit
for 95% confidence intervals (replace 1.96 with the appropriate quantile
of the normal distribution for other confidence levels).
You can then do whatever "stuff" you want to do with them, including
On 03/14/2012 10:48 AM, Ben quant wrote:
> How do I plot a gam fit object on probability (Y axis) vs raw values (X
> axis) axis and include the confidence plot lines?
> I'm using the gam function like this:
> l_yx[,2] = log(l_yx[,2] + .0004)
> fit<- gam(y~s(x),data=as.data.frame(l_yx),family=binomial)
> And I want to plot it so that probability is on the Y axis and values are
> on the X axis (i.e. I don't want log likelihood on the Y axis or the log of
> my values on my X axis):
> xx<- seq(min(l_yx[,2]),max(l_yx[,2]),len=101)
> at<- c(.001,.01,.1,1,10) #<-------------- I'd also like to generalize
> this rather than hard code the numbers
> axis(1,at=log(at+ .0004),label=at)
> So far, using the code above, everything looks the way I want. But that
> does not give me anything information on variability/confidence/certainty.
> How do I get the dash plots from this:
> ...on the same scales as above?
> Related question: how do get the dashed values out of the fit object so I
> can do 'stuff' with it?
> PS - thank you Patrick for your help previously.
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