exitInfo: Print Exit Information for gnm Fit

Description Usage Arguments Details Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/exitInfo.R

Description

A utility function to print information on final iteration in gnm fit, intended for use when gnm has not converged.

Usage

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exitInfo(object)

Arguments

object

a gnm object.

Details

If gnm has not converged within the pre-specified maximum number of iterations, it may be because the algorithm has converged to a non-solution of the likelihood equations. In order to determine appropriate action, it is necessary to differentiate this case from one of near-convergence to the solution.

exitInfo prints the absolute score and the corresponding convergence criterion for all parameters which failed to meet the convergence criterion at the last iteration. Clearly a small number of parameters with scores close to the criterion suggests near-convergence.

Author(s)

Heather Turner

References

Vargas, M, Crossa, J, van Eeuwijk, F, Sayre, K D and Reynolds, M P (2001). Interpreting treatment by environment interaction in agronomy trials. Agronomy Journal 93, 949–960.

See Also

gnm

Examples

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##  Fit a "double UNIDIFF" model with low iterMax for illustration!
set.seed(1)
doubleUnidiff <- gnm(Freq ~ election*vote + election*class*religion +
                     Mult(Exp(election), religion:vote) +
                     Mult(Exp(election), class:vote),
                     family = poisson, data = cautres, iterMax = 10)
exitInfo(doubleUnidiff)

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