HoRM: Supplemental Functions and Datasets for "Handbook of Regression Methods"

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The HoRM package provides supplemental functions and datasets for the book Handbook of Regression Methods by Derek S. Young. Illustrations of the datasets are included in both that textbook as well as the accompanying Shiny app.

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The book Handbook of Regression Methods provides documentation about the HoRM package. Moreover, the help file also documents the original sources for each dataset.


All examples in Handbook of Regression Methods are demonstrated in the Shiny app.


Released and tested versions of Rcpp are available via the CRAN network, and can be installed from within R via



The issue tickets at the GitHub repo are the primary bug reporting interface. As with the other web resources, previous issues can be searched as well.


Derek S. Young


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