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regresshelp(topic1 [, topic2 ...] [,usage:T] [,scrollback:T])
regresshelp(topic, subtopic:Subtopics), CHARACTER scalar or vector
regresshelp(topic1:Subtopics1 [,topic2:Subtopics2 ...])
regresshelp(key:Key), CHARACTER scalar Key
regresshelp(index:T [,scrollback:T])

Keywords: general, regression, confidence intervals, glm
regresshelp(Topic1 [, Topic2, ...]) prints help on topics Topic1,
Topic2, ... related to macros in file regress.mac.  The help is taken
from file regress.mac.

regresshelp(Topic1 [, Topic2, ...] , usage:T) prints usage information
related to these macros.

regresshelp(index:T) or simply regresshelp() prints an index of the
topics available using regresshelp().  Alternatively,
help(index:"regress") does the same thing.

regresshelp(Topic, subtopic:Subtopic), where Subtopic is a CHARACTER
scalar or vector, prints subtopics of topic Topic.  With subtopic:"?", a
list of subtopics is printed.

regresshelp(Topic1:Subtopics1 [,Topic2:Subtopics2], ...), where
Suptopics1 and Subtopics2 are CHARACTER scalars or vectors, prints the
specified subtopics.  You can't use any other keywords with this usage.

In all the first 4 of these usages, you can also include help() keyword
phrase 'scrollback:T' as an argument to regresshelp().  In windowed
versions, this directs the output/command window will be automatically
scrolled back to the start of the help output.

regresshelp(key:key) where key is a quoted string or CHARACTER scalar
lists all topics cross referenced under Key.  regresshelp(key:"?")
prints a list of available cross reference keys for topics in the file.

regresshelp() is implemented as a predefined macro.

See help() for information on direct use of help() to retrieve
information from regress.mac.

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15