Helper functions to convert between formula and matrix interfaceSource:
Functions to take a formula interface and get the resulting
objects (y, x, weights, etc) back or the other way around. The functions are
intended for developer use. For the most part, this emulates the internals
lm() (and also see the notes at
.convert_xy_to_form_fit() are for when the
data are created for modeling.
.convert_form_to_xy_fit() saves both the data objects as well as the objects
needed when new data are predicted (e.g.
.convert_xy_to_form_new() are used when new
samples are being predicted and only require the predictors to be available.
.convert_form_to_xy_fit( formula, data, ..., na.action = na.omit, indicators = "traditional", composition = "data.frame", remove_intercept = TRUE ) .convert_form_to_xy_new( object, new_data, na.action = na.pass, composition = "data.frame" ) .convert_xy_to_form_fit( x, y, weights = NULL, y_name = "..y", remove_intercept = TRUE ) .convert_xy_to_form_new(object, new_data)
An object of class
formula(or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted.
A data frame containing all relevant variables (e.g. outcome(s), predictors, case weights, etc).
Additional arguments passed to
A function which indicates what should happen when the data contain NAs.
A string describing whether and how to create indicator/dummy variables from factor predictors. Possible options are
A string describing whether the resulting
yshould be returned as a
A logical indicating whether to remove the intercept column after
An object of class
A rectangular data object, such as a data frame.
A matrix, sparse matrix, or data frame of predictors. Only some models have support for sparse matrix input. See
xshould have column names.
A vector, matrix or data frame of outcome data.
A numeric vector containing the weights.
A string specifying the name of the outcome.