This section contains documents that extend the
scope of the text book Applied Regression
Including Computing and Graphics. Check back occasionally for additions
to this section.
Add-ons files that can be read by
Arc are also given on this page. These files end
in ".lsp" or ".fsl", and should be put
in your Extras directory, and the file will be then be
loaded automatically whenever you start Arc.
To download and save the file, hold down the mouse button (the right mouse
button on Windows) and select Save this link as, or Download to disk,
depending on your browser. Your browser my add a suffix ".txt" to the file
name when saving; if so, you need to rename the file deleting the ".txt".
you decide you don't want to use this code any more, simply move it to another
directory, or change its name so it does not end in ".lsp" (or ".fsl").
Most add-ons also have documentation, either as an html document or in a pdf
- New Features
This pdf file describes the new features added to the program since 1999. In particular, there is an introduction to generalized nonlinear models and to partial-one dimensional models. Also, the changes to the regression dialog are described. Updated July, 2004.
- Simulations using Arc
- Basic ideas for using Arc for simulations are presented in
simulate.pdf. Download the accompanying file
Windows or Linux/Unix or for
and put it in your Extras directory to use this code.
- Bootstraps using Arc, Revised October 9, 2001
(contributed by I. Pardoe)
- Basic ideas for using Arc for bootstraps are presented in
bootmethREV.pdf. Download the accompanying file
or for Macintosh.
The original documentation for the
bootstrap had more examples, and is available
- Extending Arc
- Provides an outline for adding methods to Arc, including
sample computer code.
- Inverse Regression
- Inverse regression methods (SIR, SAVE, and pHd) are available in
DimRed.pdf provides documentation for their use.
Arc Extras (that should be put in your Extras folder/directory)
are also available for computing permutation tests for these methods, in the
file permtest.lsp, for
Linux/Unix or Windows and for
Last modified: July 9 2004