[R] se's and CI's for fitted lines in multivariate regression analysis
s.stenerud at gmail.com
Tue Oct 16 20:58:03 CEST 2012
Okay, I've now tried to the predict function and get the SE, although it seem
to calculate SE for each observation from the line (I assume), while I want
the CI-interval and SE for each line fitted line for the treatment. I do not
really understand what parameter mean these SEs are calculated from when
there would be several means along the line...?. This is what I get with
> predict(model, se.fit = TRUE, interval = "confidence")
Another way I can think of to show how well the lines fit the data is to
look at the intercepts and slopes instead. I can specify the line for each
level and would then get the estimate of slope and intercept, although I do
not know how I show the standard errors of the slope and intercept.
lm(formula = decrease[treatment == "A"] ~ colpos[treatment == "A"])
(Intercept) colpos[treatment == "A"]
Please let me know if you know how to find st. errors for (or st. error for
slope and intercept) of lines for each factor of a treatment.
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