Print an effects table

Description

Prints an object returned from snp.logistic or snp.matched

Usage

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 printEffects(obj, op=NULL)

Arguments

obj

The return object from snp.logistic or snp.matched. No default.

op

Options list with names "digits" and "method" (see details). The default is NULL.

Details

Below are the names for the options list op. All names have default values if they are not specified.

  • digits Integer: Number of significant digits to print. The default is 2.

  • method Vector of values from "UML", "CML", "EB" or "CCL", "HCL", "CLR". The default is NULL.

Value

Returns NULL

See Also

snp.effects

Examples

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 # Use the ovarian cancer data
 data(Xdata, package="CGEN")

 # Fit using a stratification variable
 fit <- snp.logistic(Xdata, "case.control", "BRCA.status",
                     main.vars=c("oral.years", "n.children"), 
                     int.vars=c("oral.years", "n.children"), 
                     strata.var="ethnic.group")

 # Compute the effects
 effects <- snp.effects(fit, "oral.years", var.levels=c(0, 2, 3)) 

 printEffects(effects)