[R] Need help to locate my mistake

From: Louise Hoffman <louise.hoffman_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 02 Mar 2008 21:18:29 +0100

Dear readers

I would like to make General Linear Model (GLM) for the following data set http://louise.hoffman.googlepages.com/fuel.csv

The code I have written is

fuelData<-read.table('fuel.csv',header=TRUE, sep=',') n<-dim(fuelData)[1]
xOnes<- matrix(1,nrow=n,ncol=1)

which gives

> theta

[1,] 215.8374077
[2,] 0.1083491

When I do it in Matlab I get theta to be 79.69

which is correct. ~79 is the crossing of the y-axis.

Have I perhaps written theta wrong? The formula for theta is (alpha,beta)^T = (x^T * x)^(-1) * x^T * Y

where ^T means transposed.

Can someone see where the mistake is?


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