[R] What is the effect of how.many in the "contrast" function
Jeff Newmiller
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On February 13, 2014 11:04:46 PM PST, jimj <jimj at sfu.ca> wrote:
>Thanks Dr. I did read the help page but maybe I just don't understand
>enough
>about contrasts to take what I need from it. It says:
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>"If value supplies more than how.many contrasts, the first how.many are
>used. If too few are supplied, a suitable contrast matrix is created by
>extending value after ensuring its columns are contrasts (orthogonal to
>the
>constant term) and not collinear."
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>I suppose what this means is that if the matrix is not extended then
>there
>is some type of problem with orthogonality? Perhaps my real question
>should
>be, why is a contrast matrix with only one column not suitable.
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>Maybe I should read the book you are referring to. Can you provide a
>reference? Thanks!
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