[R] Computation of r.squared for weighted least squares linear models
r@dmuzom @end|ng |rom out|ook@com
Tue Jan 7 15:54:28 CET 2020
I was able to replicate the R^2 value of 0.993019 using the function provided as the second answer (by Julien Massardier) to the following question - https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/83826/is-a-weighted-r2-in-robust-linear-model-meaningful-for-goodness-of-fit-analys
recently I posted a question about how R computes the value for the
"r.squared" statistic internally for weighted least squares linear
models on crossvalidated.com (see:
including a minimal code example but unfortunately did not get an answer.
I would greatly appreciate if any of you who know the answer could reply
either here or directly on my post on crossvalidated.
Thanks a lot in advance!
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