get_one_wmean {drord}  R Documentation 
Compute one weighted mean based on a given data set.
Description
Compute one weighted mean based on a given data set.
Usage
get_one_wmean(
treat,
covar,
treat_form,
out,
out_levels,
out_form,
out_model,
out_weights
)
Arguments
treat 
A numeric vector containing treatment status. Missing
values are not allowed unless the corresponding entry in out is also missing.
Only values of 0 or 1 are treated as actual treatment levels. Any other value is assumed
to encode a value for which the outcome is missing and the corresponding outcome value is
ignored.

covar 
A data.frame containing the covariates to include in the working
proportional odds model.

treat_form 
The righthand side of a regression formula for the working model of
treatment probability as a function of covariates

out 
A numeric vector containing the outcomes. Missing outcomes are
allowed.

out_levels 
A numeric vector containing all ordered levels of the
outcome.

out_form 
The righthand side of a regression formula for the working proportional
odds model. NOTE: THIS FORMULA MUST NOT SUPPRESS THE INTERCEPT.

out_model 
Which R function should be used to fit the proportional odds
model. Options are "polr" (from the MASS package),
"vglm" (from the VGAM package), or "clm" (from the ordinal package).

out_weights 
A vector of numeric weights with length equal to the length
of out_levels .

[Package
drord version 1.0.1
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