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Integrate a new lm into an existing lm plot
... Hello, I use an R code to create linear regression plots of one of my variables for each of my files. My code works very well but I would like to add a new model (in other words, I would like to show a second curve in blue for example). here is the code used to form my simple single curve regress ...
r plot lm written 3 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20 • updated 3 months ago by RamRS24k
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Comment: C: R add r-squared and p-value
... It was actually a mistake on my part the folders create well but you still have to put the ggplot in a variable and then print it because otherwise no graph can be saved. Thank you, I will be able to make my script clearer. Thank you for your time. edit : and I don't want to create a folder with t ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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Comment: C: R add r-squared and p-value
... thank you for your proposal, but R shows me an error: Error in data[, x] : incorrect number of dimensions edit : Sorry, you were right! THANK YOU! I made a mistake by leaving i in the ggscatter function when you had to put data. Thank you for your help with this function. ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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Comment: C: R add r-squared and p-value
... thank you for your proposal, but R does not recognize the different folders and files.I will take into account your comments and try to improve my code, thank you ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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Comment: C: R add r-squared and p-value
... Thank you for your answer (My data has NAs) 1. As I want to form the plots (among other things) in specific places, I thought that the best way was to always change the directory. 2. the brackets were advised by my supervisor. As I'm a beginner in R, I followed everything he told me. 3. Okay, tha ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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R add r-squared and p-value
... Hello, I have created an R code which in a folder puts the graphs of the linear regression on me, but I would like to show on these graphs the r-squared and the p-value of each lm(with NAs) . How to do this? library(ggplot2) library(ggpmisc) setwd(work) files <- list.files( ...
R written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20 • updated 4 months ago by davidtmscott80
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Comment: A: R Error - lm- object of type closure is not subsettable
... despite spending time rewriting the script thanks to your answers, I still can't do it. I also try : setwd("/Users/amandinelecerfdefer/Desktop/global") library(ggplot2) ggplotRegression <- function (fit) { require(ggplot2) ggplot(fit$model, aes_string(x = n ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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Comment: A: R Error - lm- object of type closure is not subsettable
... what I'm trying to do: I have a set of csv files in a directory for each file, I want to do a linear regression for EGFR_12 ~ score and save the lm plot in a variable (?) (with on this graph r2, p-value), EGFR_24 ~ score and save the lm plot in a variable (?) (with on this graph r2, p-value), EGFR_3 ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20
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R Error - lm- object of type closure is not subsettable
... Hello I'm trying to automate on a set of files, the realization of linear regression (lm) and the corresponding graph. example for 1 file : score;EGFR_12;EGFR_24;EGFR_36;EGFR_48;EGFR_60;pa -0,5992442;67,56217938;53,61312383;52,93430604;;;1 -0,6795702;53,28459074;57,23583761;43,94840102; ...
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Comment: C: new file with line in common
... Thank you! This is exactly the solution to my problem: an encoding problem! ...
written 4 months ago by amandinelecerfdefer20

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