RGLM Format Input Page

There are three main input areas on this page, the design matrix, the hypotheses matrices and RGLM.IN. Each can be entered in the textarea provided, or by specifying a file on the user's machine. The hypotheses matrices and RGLM.IN are optional. Below the input area an example is provided.
The design matrix and the hypotheses matrices must be entered in RGLM specific format. For the design matrix, the first line must be one or more astericks (*), the second line must be n p and the following lines are the augmented design matrix and response vector.
A hypothesis matrix does not have to be entered, but if it is, then the first line is one or more astericks, second line is number of hypotheis matrices and the third line is one or more astericks. The following lines are the hypotheses matrices. Each hypothesis matrix must be separated by a line of astericks. The first line of each hypothesis matrix must be q p g, where the size of the hypothesis matrix is qxp and g is the constraint indicator, followed by the rows of the hypothesis matrix.
The RGLM.IN file indicates the type of analysis performed by rglm. If it is not provided, then the default is run, with the default being the Wilcoxon scores and the intercept estimated by median of the residuals.
Design Matrix
Hypotheses Matrices
Design Matrix File: Hypotheses Matrices File: RGLM.IN File:
Residual Plots Available:
R Fits vs R Residuals
Boxplot, Dotplot and Histogram of R Residuals
Q-Q Plot of R Residuals Quantile:
Studentized Residual Plots Available:
R Fits vs R Studentized Residuals
Boxplot, Dotplot and Histogram of R Studentized Residuals
Q-Q Plot of R Studentized Residuals Quantile: