Re: [R] partially linear models

From: Spencer Graves <spencer.graves_at_pdf.com>
Date: Tue 20 Dec 2005 - 12:40:40 EST

          I have seen no replies to this post, and I don't know that I can help, either. However, I wonder if you tried "RSiteSearch" with your favorite key words and phrases? For example, I just got 107 hits for 'RSiteSearch("wavelets")'. I wonder if any of them might help you.

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Elizabeth Lawson wrote:

> Hey,
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> I am estiamting a partially linear model y=X\beta+f(\theta) where the f(\theta) is estiamted using wavelets.
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> Has anyone heard of methods to test if the betas are significant or to address model fit?
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> Thanks for any thoughts or comments.
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> Elizabeth Lawson
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