Re: [R] assign $y of predict() function output to variable

From: David Winsemius <dwinsemius_at_comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 15:15:25 -0400

On May 18, 2011, at 1:35 PM, Asan Ramzan wrote:

> Hello R-help
>
> Below is the output from the predict() function. How can I assign $y
> to a
> variable.
>

Newvar <- predict(function,df2)$y

-- 
David.

>
> $x
> V1
> 1 36.28
> 2 34.73
> 3 33.74
> 4 69.87
> 5 58.88
> 6 89.44
> 7 43.97
> 8 41.94
> 9 33.34
> 10 38.47
> 11 35.16
> 12 42.94
> 13 46.76
> 14 53.24
> 15 52.43
> 16 50.40
> 17 34.42
> 18 33.22
> 19 33.24
> 20 39.60
> 21 39.32
> 22 44.71
> 23 54.03
> 24 47.48
> 25 35.42
> 26 34.78
> 27 34.31
> 28 78.60
> 29 74.43
> 30 120.80
> 31 48.35
> 32 45.40
> 33 33.95
> 34 38.27
> 35 35.16
> 36 47.10
> 37 48.10
> 38 51.79
> 39 62.10
> 40 50.95
> 41 35.75
> 42 34.62
> 43 57.99
> 44 45.09
> 45 43.93
> 46 60.98
> 47 66.64
> 48 59.84
> 49 64.81
> 50 77.52
> 51 113.40
> 52 88.12
> 53 80.36
> 54 118.80
> 55 113.00
> 56 169.50
> 57 53.04
> 58 63.39
> 59 96.04
> 60 109.80
> 61 83.74
> 62 133.10
> 63 122.30
> 64 168.30
> 65 61.89
> 66 58.58
> 67 75.98
> 68 87.66
> 69 84.01
> 70 132.80
> 71 135.60
> 72 127.70
> $y
> V1
> 1 2.676489
> 2 2.070236
> 3 1.682677
> 4 15.853686
> 5 11.523969
> 6 23.030727
> 7 5.678122
> 8 4.886343
> 9 1.526004
> 10 3.532138
> 11 2.238484
> 12 5.276394
> 13 6.766605
> 14 9.301601
> 15 8.983873
> 16 8.188838
> 17 1.948910
> 18 1.478992
> 19 1.486828
> 20 3.973300
> 21 3.864004
> 22 5.966758
> 23 9.611797
> 24 7.047672
> 25 2.340192
> 26 2.089803
> 27 1.905852
> 28 19.180440
> 29 17.611545
> 30 32.357421
> 31 7.387438
> 32 6.235922
> 33 1.764910
> 34 3.454035
> 35 2.238484
> 36 6.899319
> 37 7.289786
> 38 8.733040
> 39 12.798111
> 40 8.404081
> 41 2.469258
> 42 2.027188
> 43 11.172123
> 44 6.114989
> 45 5.662521
> 46 12.354907
> 47 14.589716
> 48 11.903750
> 49 13.869002
> 50 18.778316
> 51 30.387489
> 52 22.579871
> 53 19.828694
> 54 31.838458
> 55 30.277085
> 56 42.186268
> 57 9.223121
> 58 13.308252
> 59 25.211889
> 60 29.379133
> 61 21.048335
> 62 35.336657
> 63 32.740194
> 64 42.003454
> 65 12.715023
> 66 11.405337
> 67 18.199665
> 68 22.421596
> 69 21.144335
> 70 35.268242
> 71 35.898715
> 72 34.073050
>
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