Hello to all the community, I write this post because I would need a little help with the interpretation of my model's summary.
First, here is the model :
glm(formula = Nb_bone_discovery ~ Order * Time, family = "quasipoisson") #I used quasipoisson since I got surdispersion.
In Agresti's Foundations of Generalized Linear Models, it states that the kernel of the log-likelihood function of a distribution in the exponential family is simply
sum(y_i*theta_i), but I'm confused as to why c(y_i,phi) is not included, as this is also a function of the range.
Basically, I am...
I have a high number of variables (around 80) with which to model an intermediate-size sample (around 50 points) using GLMs.
I would like to do an exhaustive search for the "best" model, but using all of the variables in an exhaustive (or semi-exhaustive, like glmulti's genetic...
Im new in statistics. Can I use "years" as a continuos variable to see if NDVi (normalized difference vegetation index) has changed over the years positively or negatively, for example with a GLMM or GLm?
In many documentation I have read that Kaplan-Meier curves followed by logrank test and/or cox models are the most recommended statistical methods to analyse Survival and test for different factors that may impact the Survival.
However, I have also heard that these are suitable if I...
I'm trying to analyze some experimental data about animal behaviour using R and would need some help or advice regarding which non-parametric test should I use.
The variables I have are:
- Response variable: "Vueltasmin", a numeric one
- Explicatory variable: "Condicion", a factor with 6 levels...
I'm currently facing the following situation. We have run a marketing campaign providing to some members one of two type of coupones. In addition to this, some of these members were already contacted in the previous one by another campaign.
So I have the following dataset, where...
Suppose I have 10 different models as such:
fit1.glm <- glm(admit ~ gre , data = dat, family = "binomial")
fit2.glm <- glm(admit ~ gpa, data = dat, family = "binomial")
fit3.glm <- glm(admit ~ rank, data = dat, family = "binomial")
Suppose then, I want to form a data frame...
I have an overdispersion problem in my model.. I have the following data:
y= succes/fail (%)
x= Var1 : Temperature data
m1<-glm(cbind(succes,fail)~Var1, data=data, family = binomial(logit))
glm(formula = cbind(succes, fail) ~ Var1, family = binomial(logit),
data = data)...
I'm new to statistics but I am getting really stuck with my data so I hope someone could help me to choose the best statistical test. I have some test (dummy) data. I have data from 64 different hospitals, for 5 different countries countries, over 5 different years. In all of the...
I have carried out a Moran's I test on the residuals of a GLM model in the "ape" package in R which has returned the output below:
Observed: -0.158 Expected: -0.0303 SD: 0.058844 Probability: 0.030002
On this basis is it correct to state that there is negative spatial autocorrelation...
I have an experimental design as follows:
Two treatments, carried out on the same sample. The samples are collected from soil at five depths, in five different pits, from five different fields. I want to: (1) see if the treatment has an effect on the species richness found in the soil...
doing a generalised linear model with poisson distribution, here is my model code...
really frustratingly whenever I try to add link=log is doesn't work it...
I've done a few GLM's with poisson distribution, the code I've used is
for some the dependent variable is non-normally distributed so I believe I need to use a generalised linear model. But...
I have some data that includes the output of a Poisson Log Link model, that aims to predict how many times an event will occur over the period of a year. I would like to approximate the probability of at least one event occurring from this output, though I am not sure how to go about...
I have a continuous DV and 2 categorical + 1 continuous IVs. In spss I did a univariate analysis and found a main effect of one of the categorical ivs and a significant interaction between the two categorical IVs and the DV. I am interested in seeing if there is a three way interaction between...
First post in this magnificent forum!
In my master thesis I'm estimating health care expenses to patients, who has experienced a occupational injure on administrative data.
The depended variable is total health care expenses for a given individual a year after the...
How do I find the p-value for logistic regression. For example , for a glm output I :
z -value : 1.32 P ( > | Z | ) = 0.186696
If it were a normal regression would do : 2 ( 1 - P ( < | Z | ) = 2 (1-0.4066) = ???
The t-value = Estimate/ Std.Error...but P(>|t|) i don't understand.
I have some questions about testing for effects of different experimental levels on community similarity. I'll explain my planned experimental design before I ask the questions:
I have two methods for sampling species. I will use both of these methods on the same vegetation patch, at 3 points...