Functions to aid in the presentation of linear model results

Package: | DAMisc |

Type: | Package |

Version: | 1.3 |

Date: | 2014-06-26 |

License: | GPL (>=2) |

LazyLoad: | yes |

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 `DAintfun`

and `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 <davearmstrong.ps@gmail.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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