Re: [R] modeling logit(y/n) using lrm

From: Frank E Harrell Jr <f.harrell_at_vanderbilt.edu>
Date: Sat 17 Jun 2006 - 17:44:59 EST

Hamilton, Cody wrote:
> After a little digging, it turns out that fit.mult.impute will allow
> fitter = glm, so previous suggestions regarding modeling cbind(y,n) as
> an outcome will work fine. Thanks!

Also lrm can easily handle your setup using the weights argument.

Frank

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