[R] predict.lm if regression vector is longer than predicton vector
fhoss at andrew.cmu.edu
Wed Oct 3 16:37:15 CEST 2012
recently a member of the community pointed me to the useful predict.lm()
comment. While I was toying with it, I stumbled across the following
I do the regression with data from five years. But I want to do a prediction
with predict.lm for only one year. Thus my dataframe for predict.lm(mod,
newdata=dataframe) is shorter than the orginial vector that I did the
regression with. It gives you the following error:
'newdata' had 365 rows but variable(s) found have 1825 rows
Of course I can extend the new dataframe with a few thousands NAs, but is
there a more elegant solution?
Thank you! Frauke
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