Re: [R] cross-validation

From: Trevor Wiens <twiens_at_interbaun.com>
Date: Mon 14 Mar 2005 - 14:59:04 EST

On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 15:28:54 -0700
Trevor Wiens <twiens@interbaun.com> wrote:

> I've been looking at the stats and Design libraries and it is unclear to me the best way to approach doing cross-validation. I'm interested in using temporal (I have five years of data), spatial (I've divided my data set up into 5 blocks that make sense and have a block variable attached to my data) and I was also thinking of doing a random cross-validation to look at general model stability. For the third option I think either cross-validation or bootstrapping would be appropriate
>
> If someone can type out a really simple code example ( or point me to one), that would be very helpful.
>

I realized I should have mentioned this is for logistic regression using either glm or the Design lrm models.

Thanks

T

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