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MODEL II REGRESSION USER’S GUIDE, R EDITION

@inproceedings{Legendre2008MODELIR,
  title={MODEL II REGRESSION USER’S GUIDE, R EDITION},
  author={Pierre Legendre},
  year={2008}
}
Function lmodel2 computes model II simple linear regression using the following methods: major axis (MA), standard major axis (SMA), ordinary least squares (OLS), and ranged major axis (RMA). Information about these methods is available, for instance, in section 10.3.2 of Legendre and Legendre (1998) and in sections 14.13 and 15.7 of Sokal and Rohlf (1995). Parametric 95% confidence intervals are computed for the slope and intercept parameters. A permutation test is available to determine the… Expand

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