[R] Prediction plots
Paul Johnson
pauljohn32 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 21 12:38:40 CEST 2017
I have done this a lot. Would you mind installing my pkg rockchalk and then
run example(plotSlope) and example(plotCurve)? If the output is close to
what you want, you can adjust my code. The vignette explains.
1. Create newdata object
2. Run that through predict
3. Make plot
None of this is rocket science, but it does help students here.
PJ
On Apr 18, 2017 1:17 PM, "Santiago Bueno" <swbueno at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Boris, the following is an extract of my data. I have developed
> biomass models using codes like:
>
> start <- coef (lm(log(Btot)~I(log(dbh**2*haut)),data=dat[dat$Btot>0,]))
>
> start[1] <- exp(start[1])
>
> names(start) <- c("a","b")
>
> M1 <- nls(Btot~a*(dbh**2*haut)**b,data=dat,start=start,weights=
> 1/dat$dbh**4)
>
>
> start <- coef(lm(log(Btot)~I(log(dbh))+I(log(haut)),data=dat[dat$
> Btot>0,]))
>
> start[1] <- exp(start[1])
>
> names(start) <- c("a","b1","b2")
>
> M2 <- nls(Btot~a*dbh**b1*haut**b2,data=dat,start=start,weights=
> 1/dat$dbh**4)
>
>
> Tree No dbh haut Btot
> 1 35.00 18.90 0.535
> 2 25.00 16.60 0.248
> 3 23.00 19.50 0.228
> 4 13.50 15.60 0.080
> 5 20.00 18.80 0.172
> 6 23.00 17.40 0.190
> 7 29.00 19.90 0.559
> 8 17.60 18.20 0.117
> 9 31.00 25.30 0.645
> 10 26.00 23.50 0.394
> 11 13.00 13.00 0.038
> 12 32.00 20.70 0.443
> It is my interest to get prediction plots for the models. I have tried to
> use the following codes with no success: Let m be one of the fitted models
> with dbh as the only entry. To construct a plot of the predictions made by
> this model I have tried:
> with(dat,plot(dbh,Btot,xlab="Dbh(cm)",ylab="Biomass (t)"))
> D <- seq(par("usr")[1],par("usr")[2],length=200)
> lines(D,predict(m,newdata=data.frame(dbh=D)),col="red")
> For a model m that has dbh and height as entries, I have tried to get its
> predictions as follows:
> D <- seq(0,180,length=20)
> H <- seq(0,61,length=20)
> B <- matrix(predict(m,newdata=expand.grid(dbh=D,height=H)),length(D))
>
> Can someone provide help please!!!
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Santiago Bueno
>
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