[R] Chi-square test
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Sat Jan 21 06:09:22 CET 2017
You appear to have asked this question twice on r-help.
Anova() has no specific method for “gls” models (I assume, though you don’t say so, that the model is fit by gls() in the nlme package), but the default method works and provides Wald chi-square tests for terms in the model. I don’t understand the model formula x ~ 1 + 2 + 3 + x, however, and so I have no idea what gls() would do with this model, other than report an error. Perhaps you can show us the output — or, better yet, provide a reproducible example.
As a general matter, for 1-df terms in an additive model, the 1-df chi-square values reported by Anova() will simply be the squares of the corresponding Wald statistics (labelled “t” I believe) reported in the summary of the model. Although the p-value is from the upper tail of the chi-square distribution, the test is inherently two-sided.
John Fox, Professor
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
> On Jan 20, 2017, at 8:36 AM, Sergio Ferreira Cardoso <sergio.ferreira-cardoso at umontpellier.fr> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Anova() for .car package retrieves Chi-square statistics when I'm testing a model the significance of a multivariate .gls model gls(x~1+2+3+x,corBrownian(phy=tree), ...).
> Is this Chi-square a two-sided test?
> Thank you.
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