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Computes matrix that expands a single variable into the terms needed
to fit a restricted cubic spline (natural spline) function using the
truncated power basis. Two normalization options are given for
somewhat reducing problems of ill-conditioning. The antiderivative
function can be optionally created. If knot locations are not given,
they will be estimated from the marginal distribution of `x`

.

```
rcspline.eval(x, knots, nk=5, inclx=FALSE, knots.only=FALSE,
type="ordinary", norm=2, rpm=NULL, pc=FALSE,
fractied=0.05)
```

`x` |
a vector representing a predictor variable |

`knots` |
knot locations. If not given, knots will be estimated using default
quantiles of |

`nk` |
number of knots. Default is 5. The minimum value is 3. |

`inclx` |
set to |

`knots.only` |
return the estimated knot locations but not the expanded matrix |

`type` |
‘"ordinary"’ to fit the function, ‘"integral"’ to fit its anti-derivative. |

`norm` |
‘0’ to use the terms as originally given by Devlin and
Weeks (1986), ‘1’ to normalize non-linear terms by the cube
of the spacing between the last two knots, ‘2’ to normalize by
the square of the spacing between the first and last knots (the
default). |

`rpm` |
If given, any |

`pc` |
Set to |

`fractied` |
If the fraction of observations tied at the lowest and/or highest
values of |

If `knots.only=TRUE`

, returns a vector of knot
locations. Otherwise returns a matrix with `x`

(if
`inclx=TRUE`

) followed by `\code{nk}-2`

nonlinear terms. The
matrix has an attribute `knots`

which is the vector of knots
used. When `pc`

is `TRUE`

, an additional attribute is
stored: `pcparms`

, which contains the `center`

and
`scale`

vectors and the `rotation`

matrix.

Devlin TF and Weeks BJ (1986): Spline functions for logistic regression modeling. Proc 11th Annual SAS Users Group Intnl Conf, p. 646–651. Cary NC: SAS Institute, Inc.

`ns`

, `rcspline.restate`

,
`rcs`

```
x <- 1:100
rcspline.eval(x, nk=4, inclx=TRUE)
#lrm.fit(rcspline.eval(age,nk=4,inclx=TRUE), death)
x <- 1:1000
attributes(rcspline.eval(x))
x <- c(rep(0, 744),rep(1,6), rep(2,4), rep(3,10),rep(4,2),rep(6,6),
rep(7,3),rep(8,2),rep(9,4),rep(10,2),rep(11,9),rep(12,10),rep(13,13),
rep(14,5),rep(15,5),rep(16,10),rep(17,6),rep(18,3),rep(19,11),rep(20,16),
rep(21,6),rep(22,16),rep(23,17), 24, rep(25,8), rep(26,6),rep(27,3),
rep(28,7),rep(29,9),rep(30,10),rep(31,4),rep(32,4),rep(33,6),rep(34,6),
rep(35,4), rep(36,5), rep(38,6), 39, 39, 40, 40, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45)
attributes(rcspline.eval(x, nk=3))
attributes(rcspline.eval(x, nk=5))
u <- c(rep(0,30), 1:4, rep(5,30))
attributes(rcspline.eval(u))
```

Hmisc documentation built on Sept. 12, 2023, 5:06 p.m.

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