[R] lm() intercept at the end, rather than at the beginning

From: Dimitri Szerman <dimitrijoe_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri 06 Apr 2007 - 00:34:22 GMT


Hi,

I wonder if someone has already figured out a way of making

summary(mylm) # where mylm is an object of the class lm()

to print the "(Intercept)" at the last line, rather than the first line of the output. I don't know about, say, biostatistics, but in economics the intercept is usually the least interesting of the parameters of a regression model. That's why, say, Stata prints by default the intercept at the end. Just a suggestion for R-developers...

Thanks,
Dimitri



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