[R] lm() funtion

Bert Gunter gunter.berton at gene.com
Fri Apr 24 17:18:58 CEST 2015

You really really really need to work with a local statistical expert, as
your post indicates fundamental confusion. Furthermore, statistical issues
are off topic here.


On Friday, April 24, 2015, Praveen kr singh <pcubesingh at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Currently i am working with the lm() function for some regressions required
> for my project.
> suppose the formula parameter in that is given by "response ~  terms",after
> some testing i found out that when  the number of observations under terms
> is less than  the number of columns or features under terms, the
> coefficients of regression generated from the linear model object contains
> NA which makes it useless.
> right now i am in situation where the number of observation is less than
> the number of features , can someone help me how to apply regression in
> this case.
> --
> *Praveen Kr Singh*
> *Dept-CSE*
> *HIT-K*
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