Chapter09 {DanielBiostatistics10th} R Documentation

## Chapter 9

### Description

Functions for Chapter 9, Simple Linear Regression and Correlation.

### Usage

predict_lm(object, newx, level = 0.95, ...)


### Arguments

 object lm object, with one and only one numeric predictor newx (optional) numeric scalar or vector, new x-value(s) for which the fitted response(s) are to be reported level numeric scalar, tolerance/confidence level, default .95 ... potential arguments, not in use currently

### Value

Function predict_lm() returns a 'predict_lm' object, for which a print method, an autolayer and an autoplot method are defined.

### References

Wayne W. Daniel, Biostatistics: A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences, Tenth Edition. Wiley, ISBN: 978-1-119-62550-6.

### Examples

library(DanielBiostatistics10th)

# Page 417, Example 9.3.1
names(EXA_C09_S03_01)[2:3] = c('Waist', 'AT')
plot(AT ~ Waist, data = EXA_C09_S03_01, xlab = 'Waist circumference (cm), X',
ylab = 'Deep abdominal AT area (cm2), Y', main = 'Page 419, Figure 9.3.1')

# Page 436, Example 9.4.2
summary(m931 <- lm(AT ~ Waist, data = EXA_C09_S03_01))
cor(EXA_C09_S03_01[2:3]); cor.test(~ AT + Waist, data = EXA_C09_S03_01)
confint(m931) # confidence interval of regression coefficients
anova(m931)

# Page 440, Example 9.4.3
plot(m931, which = 1, main = 'Page 440, Figure 9.4.8')

# Page 441, Section 9.5
autoplot(predict_lm(m931)) + labs(
xlab = 'Waist circumference (cm), X',
ylab = 'Deep abdominal AT area (cm2), Y',
title = 'Page 422, Figure 9.3.3; Page 442, Figure 9.5.1')

# Page 447, Example 9.7.1
summary(mod_971 <- lm(CV ~ HEIGHT, data = EXA_C09_S07_01))
autoplot(predict_lm(mod_971)) + labs(
xlab = 'Height (cm)', ylab = 'Cv (units)',
title = 'Page 449, Figure 9.7.2')

# Page 452, Example 9.7.2
cor(EXA_C09_S07_01); cor.test(~ CV + HEIGHT, data = EXA_C09_S07_01)
# Page 451, Figure 9.7.4, Figure 9.7.5

# Page 453, When the Hypothesized rho Is a Nonzero Value
# R does not have a function to do this



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