# Print Statistically Significant MNL Coefficients

### Description

By default, the summary for objects of class `multinom`

is not particularly helpful. It still requires a lot of work on the part of the user to figure out which coefficients are significantly different from zero and which ones are not. `mnlSig`

solves this problem by either flagging significant coefficients with an asterisk or only printing significant coefficients, leaving insignificant ones blank.

### Usage

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### Arguments

`obj` |
A model object of class |

`pval` |
The desired Type I error rate to identify coefficients as statistically significant. |

`two.sided` |
Logical indicating whether calculated p-values should be two-sided (if |

`flag.sig` |
Logical indicating whether an asterisk should be placed beside coefficients which are significant at the |

`insig.blank` |
Logical indicating whether coefficients which are not significant at the |

### Value

A data frame suitable for printing with the (optionally significance-flagged) coefficients from a multinomial logit model.

### Author(s)

Dave Armstrong (UW-Milwaukee, Department of Political Science)

### Examples

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