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formulaUnimva | R Documentation |

Create a list of m univariate formulas given a formula with multivariate response of dimension m.

formulaUnimva(formula, var.subset, split.x=FALSE, intercept=0, allow.noresp=FALSE)

`formula` |
a formula or a mvformula, the elements are not allowed to be data.frames. |

`var.subset` |
optional vector of the variable numbers to use. |

`split.x` |
logical, whether explanatory terms that are matrices should be split and each added as a single term. this is useful for plotting formulas. |

`intercept` |
numeric, either |

`allow.noresp` |
logical, whether an empty response is allowed (a list with one element would be returned) or not (would result in an error.) |

A list containing m formulas with the univariate responses chosen by var.subset.

Ulrike Naumann and David Warton <David.Warton@unsw.edu.au>.

`mvformula`

, `mvabund`

.

data(spider) spiddat <- mvabund(spider$abund) X <- spider$x formulaUnimva(spiddat~X)

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