When I was using cv.lm(DAAG) , I found there might be something wrong with it. The problem is that we can't use it to deal with a linear model with more than one predictor variable. But the usage documentation hasn't informed us about this.
You can find it by excuting the following code:
myformula=formula("y ~ x.1 + x.2 + x.3") cv.lm(data,myformula,m=10,plotit=F, printit=TRUE) myformula=formula("y ~ x.1 + x.2")
cv.lm(data,myformula,m=10,plotit=F, printit=TRUE) myformula=formula("y ~ x.1 ")
What happened? they give three equal mss(mean squared error). Or you can just check the code of function cv.lm(DAAG), then you will find the residues are all derived from a model with only one predictor, but the coefficient of that only one predictor can be calculated from a model with more than one predictors which you've set in the formula term in cv.lm(DAAG),
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