Re: [R] Rsquared for anova

From: Dorien Herremans <dorien.herremans_at_ua.ac.be>
Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 11:34:14 +0200

Thanks for your remarks. I've been reading about R for the last two days, but I don't really get when I should use lm or aov.

I have attached the dataset, feel free to take a look at it.

So far, running it with alle the combinations did not take too long and there seem to be some effects between the parameters. However, 2x2 combinations might suffice.

Thanks for any help, or a pointer to some good documentation,

Dorien

On 16 April 2011 10:13, Dieter Menne <dieter.menne_at_menne-biomed.de> wrote:

>
> dorien wrote:
> >
> >> fit <- lm((tos~nh1*nh2*nh3*randsize*aweights*tt1*tt2*tt3*iters*length,
> > data=expdata))
> > Error: unexpected ',' in "fit <-
> > lm((tos~nh1*nh2*nh3*randsize*aweights*tt1*tt2*tt3*iters*length,"
> >
> >
>
> Peter's point is the important one: too many interactions, and even with +
> instead of * you might be running into problems.
>
> But anyway: if you don't let us access
>
>
> /home/dorien/UA/meta-music/optimuse/optimuse1-build-desktop/results/results_processedCP
>
> you cannot expect a better answer which will depend on the structure of the
> data set.
>
> Dieter
>
>
>
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