[R] Gaussian model GLM summary(model)$dispersion

D_Tomas tomasmeca at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 26 12:30:11 CEST 2012


I have some data that is log-normally distributed and I am using a glm, type
Gaussian to fit the logs.

I would like to know the expected values within the context of the lognormal

I am unsure whether I have to use:

Expected_values= exp(fitted(model)+sqrt(summary(model)$dispersion)/2)


Expected_values= exp(fitted(model)+summary(model)$dispersion)/2)

Your help is much appreciated.  

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