[R] Using the zero-inflated binomial in experimental designs
Ivan Allaman
ivanalaman at yahoo.com.br
Tue May 18 15:18:03 CEST 2010
I'm trying to use the inflated binomial distribution of zeros (since 75% of
the values are zeros) in a randomized block experiment with four
quantitative treatments (0, 0.5, 1, 1.5), but I'm finding it difficult,
since the examples available in VGAM packages like for example, leave us
unsure of how it should be the data.frame for such analysis. Unfortunately
the function glm does not have an option to place a family of this kind I'm
about, because if I had, it would be easy, made that my goal is simple, just
wanting to compare the treatments. For that you have an idea, here is an
example of my database.
BLOCK NIV NT MUMI
Inicial 0 18 0
Inicial 0 15 0
Inicial 0.5 9 0
Inicial 0.5 19 1
Inicial 1 13 1
Inicial 1 11 0
Inicial 1.5 12 2
Inicial 1.5 10 1
Meio 0 13 0
Meio 0 10 2
Meio 0.5 17 0
Meio 0.5 14 1
Meio 1 13 0
Meio 1 9 0
Meio 1.5 11 0
Meio 1.5 12 1
where: NIV are the treatments; NT is the total number of piglets born; Mumi
is the number of mummified piglets NT. Mumi The variable is of interest. If
someone can tell me some stuff on how I can do these tests in R, similar to
what I would do using the function glm, I'd be grateful.
I thank everyone's attention.
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