[R] SE for R-squared
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Mon Jan 13 23:56:23 CET 2014
On 12 Jan 2014, at 21:36 , John C Frain <frainj at gmail.com> wrote:
> Have a look at
Or head directly for the Wikipedia page for the noncentral beta distribution (and/or noncentral F). Giles doesn't really do the non-null distribution.
It you really want the mean and SE, you'll need to refresh your knowledge about confluent hypergeometric functions, though.
I was a bit bemused by Giles' us of the beta distribution of R^2 in the null case to prove that it is an upwardly biased estimator of zero. I would have thought that to be rather obvious.
Anyways, as has already been pointed out,
CrossValidated is -----> over there.
- Peter D.
> On 10 January 2014 20:32, Troels Ring <tring at gvdnet.dk> wrote:
>> In R package "psychometrics" an estimate of SE of R squared of /sersq <-
>> sqrt((4*rsq*(1-rsq)^2*(n-k-1)^2)/((n^2-1)*(n+3))) with n sample size,
>> and k number of parameters if sample size greater than 60 is found.
>> Does anyone have a formula for smaller sample size or an exact formula?
>> I have been through sos - but only found the above?
>> All best wishes
>> Troels Ring
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