Re: [R] Insert regression coefficients in a graphic.

From: csrabak <crabak_at_acm.org>
Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2011 14:54:22 -0300

Em 22/4/2011 21:48, David Winsemius escreveu:
>
> On Apr 22, 2011, at 2:16 PM, JJCV wrote:
>
>> Hello.
>>
>> I did a graphic with the next code:
>>
>> T=c(10,15,20,25,30)
>> p=c(1003,1005,1010,1011,1014)
>> plot(T, p, xlab=" ",, ylab=" ", pch=1, cex=2, lwd=2,
>> xlim=c(5,30), ylim=c(1000,1015))
>> abline(lm(p ~ T), lwd=2)
>> lm(p ~ T)
>>
>> I want to see the regression coefficient in the graphic. ┐How can I do
>> that?
>
> > coef(lm(p ~ T)
> + )
> (Intercept) T
> 997.40 0.56
> > text(10,1010, labels=paste("Slope =", coef(lm(p ~ T) )[2]) )
>
> I suppose you could format it with formatC() or sprintf() if you wanted
> it to fewer than 10 decimal places.
>
Wouldn't round() work as well?



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