# invResPlot: Inverse Response Plots to Transform the Response In car: Companion to Applied Regression

 invResPlot R Documentation

## Inverse Response Plots to Transform the Response

### Description

For a lm model, draws an inverse.response plot with the response Y on the vertical axis and the fitted values \hat{Y} on the horizontal axis. Uses nls to estimate \lambda in the function \hat{Y}=b_0+b_1Y^{\lambda}. Adds the fitted curve to the plot. invResPlot is an alias for inverseResponsePlot.

### Usage

inverseResponsePlot(model, lambda=c(-1,0,1), robust=FALSE, xlab=NULL, ...)

## S3 method for class 'lm'
inverseResponsePlot(model, lambda=c(-1, 0, 1),
robust=FALSE, xlab=NULL, id=FALSE, ...)

invResPlot(model, ...)


### Arguments

 model A "lm" regression object. lambda A vector of values for lambda. A plot will be produced with curves corresponding to these lambdas and to the nonlinear least squares estimate of lambda. robust If TRUE, then estimation uses Huber M-estimates with the median absolute deviation to estimate scale and k= 1.345. The default is FALSE. xlab The horizontal axis label. If NULL, it is constructed by the function. id controls point identification; if FALSE (the default), no points are identified; can be a list of named arguments to the showLabels function; TRUE is equivalent to list(method=list(method="x", n=2, cex=1, col=carPalette(), location="lr"), which identifies the 2 points with the most extreme horizontal (X) values. ... Other arguments passed to invTranPlot and then to plot.

### Value

As a side effect, a plot is produced with the response on the horizontal axis and fitted values on the vertical axis. Several lines are added to be plot as the ols estimates of the regression of \hat{Y} on Y^{\lambda}, interpreting \lambda = 0 to be natural logarithms.

Numeric output is a list with elements

 lambda Estimate of transformation parameter for the response RSS The residual sum of squares at the minimum if robust=FALSE. If robust = TRUE, the value of Huber objective function is returned.

### Author(s)

Sanford Weisberg, sandy@umn.edu

### References

Fox, J. and Weisberg, S. (2011) An R Companion to Applied Regression, Second Edition, Sage.

Prendergast, L. A., & Sheather, S. J. (2013) On sensitivity of inverse response plot estimation and the benefits of a robust estimation approach. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 40(2), 219-237.

Weisberg, S. (2014) Applied Linear Regression, Fourth Edition, Wiley, Chapter 7.

invTranPlot, powerTransform, showLabels
m2 <- lm(rate ~ log(len) + log(adt) + slim + shld + log(sigs1), Highway1)