[R] creating your own glm link function

From: Anne G <anne_at_wjh.harvard.edu>
Date: Wed 14 Jul 2004 - 08:00:37 EST

In sas and matlab, I have been using a modified link function.

I use a binomial distribution with the link log(p-.5/1-p) instead of log(p/1-p) which is the usual logit link. This allows the probabilities to go from .5 to 1 instead of 0 to 1. which is typical when probabilities vary between chance (.5) and certainty (1) in psychophysics experiments.

I am trying to access if R can do it. If so could someone show me how to set up the link function so I can call it in the glm function?

I know very little about R, the help reads like greek to me, and I can't find an example anywhere.

Getting desperate!


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