backward_step: Internal function that does the backward step for the...

Description Usage Arguments Value

View source: R/LEGIT.R

Description

Internal function that does the backward step for the stepwise IM function.

Usage

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backward_step(fit, data, formula, interactive_mode = FALSE,
  genes_current = NULL, env_current = NULL, genes_dropped = NULL,
  env_dropped = NULL, search = "genes", search_criterion = "AIC",
  p_threshold = 0.2, exclude_worse_AIC = TRUE, max_steps = 100,
  cv_iter = 5, cv_folds = 10, folds = NULL, Huber_p = 1.345,
  classification = FALSE, start_genes = NULL, start_env = NULL,
  eps = 0.01, maxiter = 100, family = gaussian, ylim = NULL,
  seed = NULL, print = TRUE)

Arguments

fit

Current best fit.

empty_start_dataset

If TRUE, the initial dataset is empty.

...

Same parameters as in the stepwise function.

Value

Returns fit, start_genes, start_env and genes_current, genes_dropped if search="genes" or env_current and env_dropped if search="env".


LEGIT documentation built on Aug. 30, 2019, 1:05 a.m.