Re: [R] Plotting nls

From: Francisco J. Zagmutt <>
Date: Fri 26 Aug 2005 - 10:38:20 EST

Review the code in example(predict.nls)

For the R squared question check on this thread



>From: Lanre Okusanya <>
>To: "''" <>
>Subject: [R] Plotting nls
>Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 19:50:34 -0400
>Kindly excuse a non-statistician newbie attempting to wrestle with R.
>This might be a relatively easy question, but I am trying to perform nls
>regression and plot the fitted function through the data superimposed on
>the raw data. from reading the R-help, Rtips et al, I am only able to do
>that by extracting the parameter values manually and using it to create
>the plot.
>Is there an easier way to do this, (I have ~60 Plots), obtain an r^2,
>and also plot the x axis in the log domain (any attempts I have tried
>have screwed up).
>NLS script
>fit<- nls(y~-emax*x^h/(ec50^h+x^h),
> data= sample, start=list(emax=4,h=2,ec50=1))
>Thank you all for your help
>Lanre Okusanya, Pharm.D.,BCPS
>UB/Pfizer Pharmacometrics Fellow
>University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
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