Functions to aid in the presentation of linear model results
These are functions that help present linear model results. Largely, the represent alternatives in presentation to other R packages. For example, the
factorplot function offers an alternative to David Firth's
qvcalc package. This function calculates and presents exact variances of all simple contrasts. Both
DAintfun2 are alternative ways of presenting interactions between two continuous variables.
DAintfun2 gives results in line with the suggestions in Brambor, Clark and Golder (2006).
Dave Armstrong (UW-Milwaukee, Department of Political Science)
Maintainer: Dave Armstrong <email@example.com>
Armstrong, D.A. (2013) factorplot: Improving Presentation of Simple Contrasts in GLMs. The R Journal. 5, 4-15.
Brambor, T., W.R. Clark and M. Golder. (2006) Understanding Interaction Models: Improving Empirical Analyses. Political Analysis 14, 63-82.
Berrym, W., M. Golder and D. Milton. (2012) Improving Tests of Theories Positing Interaction. Journal of Politics 74, 653-671.
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