Description Usage Arguments Details

'summary' method for class '"lm"'.

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`object` |
an object of class '"hdlm"', usually, a result of a call to 'hdlm'. |

`level` |
Determines which coefficients to print on regression table. Level = 1 gives only those with non-zero coefficents if pval.method is equal to 'mean' and only those with p-value < 1 otherwise. Level = 2 gives anything with non-zero coefficient or non-one p-value, and Level = 3 (or any other choice) gives all coefficients. |

`...` |
further arguments passed to or from other methods. |

When fitting a large model, it can be cumbersome to look at results for all of the variables; when there exists high correlation between variables, level = 2 is often preferable. The different behavior for pval.method equal to 'mean' is due to the fact that the mean method (or Bayes method, which sets pval.method to 'mean') gives many p-values which are close to, but not exactly equal to, one.

hdlm documentation built on May 29, 2017, 10:43 p.m.

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