[R-sig-ME] contrast sum with interaction
René
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Sun Jul 18 17:09:37 CEST 2021
Hi Mark,
"The situation is that I want a categorical variable that is coded with a
sum constraint but only included in some rows "
Almost sounds like you could also simply delete all cont=0 rows... But I
assume you want something like this?
dat<-data.frame(y=1,cont.var=rep(0:1,each=2),
disc.var=rep(c("a","b"),2));
dat$disc.var<-factor(dat$disc.var,levels=c("a","b"))
dat$cont.var<-as.factor(dat$cont.var)
model.matrix(y~ cont.var+cont.var:disc.var ,data=dat,contrasts.arg =
list(disc.var="contr.sum",cont.var="contr.treatment"))
If you dont want to have the "cont.var0:disc.var1" column in this matrix,
then all you need is a numeric (nonfactor) "dummy variable" in the data
frame:
dat$dummy<-0
dat$dummy[dat$cont.var==1]<-1
which you then can multiply with the interaction in the actual model
formula: e.g.
glmr(y~ cont.var+cont.var:disc.var*dummy ...)
As dummy is continuous it will always set the interaction term to 0 if
cont=0; this means if cont=0 there will only be an intercept estimate which
then is the effective mean of both a & b together (if cont=0). Not sure you
want this...
Hope this helps.
Best, René
Am Do., 15. Juli 2021 um 20:44 Uhr schrieb Mark Sorel <marks6 using uw.edu>:
> Not specifically a glmmTMB question, but maybe someone here can help.
> I'd like to use a contrast sum constraint with an interaction between a
> continuous and discrete variable, but I can't seem to get model.matrix to
> do what I want.
>
> The situation is that I want a categorical variable that is coded with a
> sum constraint but only included in some rows of the model matrix (which is
> why I am using the interaction with the continuous 0/1 valued variable).
> Maybe there is a better way to code this.
>
> Here is an example of what I mean:
>
> dat<-data.frame(y=1,cont.var=rep(0:1,each=2),disc.var=rep(c("a","b"),2));
> model.matrix(y~ cont.var : disc.var ,data=dat,contrasts.arg =
> list(disc.var="contr.sum"))
>
> What I'd like in this example is a model matrix with two columns, where the
> second column has 0 when cont.var =0, 1 when cont.var=1 & disc.var = a, and
> -1 when cont.var=1 and disc.var=b.
>
>
>
> Thanks so much for your help! -Mark
>
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