blendedLink: A New Link Function that Blends Two Specified Link Functions

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A new link function that equals one specified link function up to a cutover then a linear rescaling of another specified link function. For use in glm() or glm2(). The intended use is in binary regression, in which case the first link should be set to "log" and the second to "logit". This ensures that fitted probabilities are between 0 and 1 and that exponentiated coefficients can be interpreted as relative risks for probabilities up to the cutoff.

Author
Robert Clark
Date of publication
2016-11-28 08:21:06
Maintainer
"Robert Clark" <rclark@uow.edu.au>
License
GPL-2 | GPL-3
Version
0.2

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Man pages

blendedLink
Link object where the link function equals a specified link...
loglogit.example
An example data file.
pvalue.cutover
p-value of hypothesis test that the cutover of a blended link...

Files in this package

blendedLink
blendedLink/inst
blendedLink/inst/CITATION
blendedLink/inst/blendedLink.pdf
blendedLink/NAMESPACE
blendedLink/data
blendedLink/data/loglogit.example.rdata
blendedLink/R
blendedLink/R/blended.link.R
blendedLink/R/pvalue.cutover.R
blendedLink/R/data.R
blendedLink/MD5
blendedLink/DESCRIPTION
blendedLink/man
blendedLink/man/loglogit.example.Rd
blendedLink/man/pvalue.cutover.Rd
blendedLink/man/blendedLink.Rd