Re: Interpretation of davies.test() in segmented package

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Re: Interpretation of davies.test() in segmented package

Vincenzo Iannuzzi


Dear Vito,
if we don�t know the number of break points �a priori�, and the davies.test function returns a significant result, how can I obtain the exact number of break points for a �lm�? I would to know this in order to specify in a properly way the �npsi� option in the segmented function.
Thanks in advance
Kind Regards
Vincenzo


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Vincenzo Iannuzzi - vincenzo.iannuzzi@studio.unibo.it
Dear Vito,

if we don�t know the number of break points �a priori�, and the davies.test function returns a significant result, how can I obtain the exact number of break points for a �lm�? I would to know this in order to specify in a properly way the �npsi� option in the segmented function.

Thanks in advance

Kind Regards

Vincenzo


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