[R] How to setup a multiplicative dummy function in R
Jeff Newmiller
jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us
Sat Dec 3 21:03:59 CET 2016
I think you need an offset term, or maybe I just don't understand your question. A sample data set, particularly if you can show us how your equation could be used to generate the sample data, would be helpful.
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On December 1, 2016 7:22:37 AM PST, lolo koko <lokomiauw at gmail.com> wrote:
>Hello?
>
>Does anyone know how I can implement the below equation in R? I would
>like to estimate the following equation:
>
> y=beta_ij * (1+gamma_j * dummy) * x_ij
>
>where y is continuous, and all the x variables (j of them) are i=3
>level categorical variables. The intuition is that instead of
>estimating the additive value for a dummy variable, I would like to
>estimate the multiplicative value for the dummy variable. Thus the
>presence of the dummy would scale the beta. Note that for each x
>variable there is only one gamma.
>
>For concreteness, you can imagine that y is a continious test score, x
>are categorical variables indicating different types of education
>achievements, each type of education achievement is categorised in 3
>levels (none, some, a lot), and the dummy indicates race. In this
>model I believe that race affects test scores proportionally to
>estimated beta of each education level. This avoids having to estimate
>a gamma for each education achievement level.
>
>Is the solution to simply use nls {stats} and type out the equation?
>
>Hope the explanation makes sense, happy to explain further.
>
>Best wishes,
>
>Peter
>
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