The function returns the labels of the coefficients of the model. Note: The terms are not identical to the coefficients.
a model object.
a character vector of term labels.
logical. Should the result be returned as a list?
model is an object returned by a model fitting
The character string passed to
term must not include the
All non-intercept labels in any order are allowed.
either a character vector (if
as.list = FALSE)
or a list with character vectors (otherwise) with one
list element for each element in
coef2term for the inverse function.
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require(utils) data(iris) fit <- lm(Sepal.Length ~ poly(Sepal.Width, 3), data = iris) summary(fit) term2coef(fit, "poly(Sepal.Width, 3)") data(warpbreaks) fit2 <- lm(breaks ~ wool * tension, data = warpbreaks) summary(fit2) term2coef(fit2, c("wool", "tension")) term2coef(fit2, c("wool", "tension"), as.list = TRUE) term2coef(fit2, c("wool:tension"))
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