Specify a Multiplicative Interaction with Homogeneous Effects in a gnm Model Formula
A function of class
"nonlin" to specify a multiplicative
interaction with homogeneous effects in the formula argument to
a comma-separated list of two or more factors.
(optional) an integer specifying the instance number of the term.
MultHomog specifies instances of a multiplicative interaction
in which the constituent multipliers are the effects of two or more
factors and the effects of these factors are constrained to be equal
when the factor levels are equal. Thus the interaction effect would
gamma_i gamma_j ...
for an observation with level i of the first factor, level j of the second factor and so on, where gamma_l is the effect for level l of the homogeneous multiplicative factor.
If the factors passed to
MultHomog do not have exactly the same
levels, the set of levels is taken to be the union of the factor
levels, sorted into increasing order.
A list with the anticipated components of a
the factors passed to
an index to specify that common effects are to be estimated across the factors
a function to create a deparsed mathematical expression of the term, given labels for the predictors.
the call to use as a prefix for parameter labels.
MultHomog can only be used to specify a
one-dimensional interaction. See examples for a workaround to specify
interactions with more than one dimension.
Goodman, L. A. (1979) Simple Models for the Analysis of Association in Cross-Classifications having Ordered Categories. J. Am. Stat. Assoc., 74(367), 537-552.
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set.seed(1) ### Fit an association model with homogeneous row-column effects rc1 <- gnm(Freq ~ r + c + Diag(r,c) + MultHomog(r, c), family = poisson, data = friend) rc1 ## Not run: ### Extend to two-component interaction rc2 <- update(rc1, . ~ . + MultHomog(r, c, inst = 2), etastart = rc1$predictors) rc2 ## End(Not run) ### For factors with a large number of levels, save time by ### setting diagonal elements to NA rather than fitting exactly; ### skipping start-up iterations may also save time dat <- as.data.frame(friend) id <- with(dat, r == c) dat[id,] <- NA rc2 <- gnm(Freq ~ r + c + instances(MultHomog(r, c), 2), family = poisson, data = dat, iterStart = 0)
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