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Correct princeton R models link

Chris Ridder
Hi All,
Someone wrote:
"Check all objects in lm results, you check 'summary(lm1)
names(lm1)
lm1<- lm(x1+x2+x3)'
names will show you need 'coefs(lm1)' u can check using cover and vcov
matrix

see data.princeton.edu/R/linear models.html for some names you can use
directly with 'lm'"

However, the correct link is this:
http://data.princeton.edu/r/linearmodels.html

Cheers,

Chris Ridder

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Re: Correct princeton R models link

prof.amit.mittal
Thanks. Please use your understanding and common sense and don't overburden everyone with email.

The short mail was sent using a mobile device. It also illustrates a need to use common solutions in the public domain before resorting to the list.

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Hi All,
Someone wrote:
"Check all objects in lm results, you check 'summary(lm1)
names(lm1)
lm1<- lm(x1+x2+x3)'
names will show you need 'coefs(lm1)' u can check using cover and vcov
matrix

see data.princeton.edu/R/linear models.html for some names you can use
directly with 'lm'"

However, the correct link is this:
http://data.princeton.edu/r/linearmodels.html

Cheers,

Chris Ridder

--

*MSc Investment Management - Cass Business School: City, University of
London *
*Chartered Financial Analyst* <http://basno.com/0hxcbihl>

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