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Old 05-28-2019, 09:22 AM
bigalxyz bigalxyz is offline
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Default Using revoScaleR package in R

Anyone here using rxGlm() etc. in the revoScaleR package to create GLMs?

Need help with diagnostics, plots, goodness of fit tests, etc. This all seems to be fairly easy to do with R's built-in glm() function, but I don't want to use glm() because I'm working with some pretty large data sets. I had hoped to use the as.glm() function to convert between the two model object types, but I'm getting lots of error messages when working with the converted model object, which suggests that this isn't quite doing what I had hoped it would do!


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Old 06-02-2019, 06:13 PM
we7dude we7dude is offline
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post some sample code and what you want to do.
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