[R] R: non parametric regression/kernels
Vito Ricci
vito_ricci at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 29 10:52:49 CEST 2005
Hi Clark,
see:
? loess
http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/library/stats/html/loess.html
? scatter.smooth
http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/library/stats/html/scatter.smooth.html
Regards,
Vito
Clark Allan <Allan <at> STATS.uct.ac.za> wrote:
hi all
i have a another stats question.
i would like to solve the following question:
y(i)=a+b*x(i)+e(i)
i.e. estimate a and b (they should be fixed) but i
dont want to specify
the standard density to the straight line.
this can be done using kernel regression. the fitted
line is however
fitted locally. does anyone have a reference that will
help me with my
problem.
i am still new to kernels/kernel regression and would
like to get into
the subject.
/
allan
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