Re: [Rd] Standardized Pearson residuals

From: Jari Oksanen <jari.oksanen_at_oulu.fi>
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 15:22:20 +0200


On 15/03/11 13:17 PM, "peter dalgaard" <pdalgd_at_gmail.com> wrote:

>
> On Mar 15, 2011, at 04:40 , Brett Presnell wrote:
>

>> 
>>>> Background: I'm currently teaching an undergrad/grad-service course from
>>>> Agresti's "Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis (2nd edn)" and
>>>> deviance residuals are not used in the text.  For now I'll just provide
>>>> the students with a simple function to use, but I prefer to use R's
>>>> native capabilities whenever possible.
>>> 
>>> Incidentally, chisq.test will have a stdres component in 2.13.0 for
>>> much the same reason.
>> 
>> Thank you.  That's one more thing I won't have to provide code for
>> anymore.  Coincidentally, Agresti mentioned this to me a week or two ago
>> as something that he felt was missing, so that's at least two people who
>> will be happy to see this added.
>> 

>
> And of course, I was teaching a course based on Agresti & Franklin:
> "Statistics, The Art and Science of Learning from Data", when I realized that
> R was missing standardized residuals.
>
So nobody uses McCullagh & Nelder: "Generalized Linear Models" in teaching, since they don't realize that R is missing Anscombe residuals, too?

Cheers, Jari Oksanen



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