[R] p values from GLM

Duncan Murdoch murdoch.duncan at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 00:26:06 CEST 2016

On 01/04/2016 6:14 PM, John Sorkin wrote:
 > How can I get the p values from a glm ? I want to get the p values so 
I can add them to a custom report
 >   fitwean<- 
glm(data[,"JWean"]~data[,"Group"],data=data,family=binomial(link ="logit"))
 >   summary(fitwean)             # This lists the coefficeints, SEs, z 
and p values, but I can't isolate the pvalues.
 >   names(summary(fitwean))  # I see the coefficients, but not the p values
 >   names(fitmens)                  # p values are not found here.

Doesn't summary(fitwean) give a matrix? Then it's 
colnames(summary(fitwean)$coefficients) you want, not names(fitwean).

Duncan Murdoch

P.S. If you had given a reproducible example, I'd try it myself.

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