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Code: install.packages("gdata") library(gdata) setwd("\\\\hd.ad.syr.edu/02/7b907f/Documents") #setting working directory getwd() tuna <- read.csv("mlr01.csv") tuna colnames(tuna) colnames(tuna) <- c("PopBabyAntelope", "PopAdultAntelope", "AnnualPrecipitation", "winterCondition") colnames(tuna) str(tuna) plot(tuna\$PopAdultAntelope, tuna\$PopBabyAntelope) #number of baby fawns versus adult antelope population plot(tuna\$AnnualPrecipitation, tuna\$PopBabyAntelope) #number of baby fawns versus the precipitation that year plot(tuna\$winterCondition, tuna\$PopBabyAntelope)#number of baby fawns versus the severity of the winter #I think the number of fawns should go on Y-Axis RegressionModel1 <- lm(formula = tuna\$PopBabyAntelope ~ tuna\$winterCondition) RegressionModel1 predict(RegressionModel1, tuna, type = "response") summary(RegressionModel1) #winter weather’s stats are significant RegressionModel2 <- lm(formula = tuna\$PopBabyAntelope ~ tuna\$PopAdultAntelope+tuna\$winterCondition) RegressionModel2 #annual pr predict(RegressionModel2, tuna, type = "response") summary(RegressionModel2) #adult population is statistically significant RegressionModel3 <- lm(formula = tuna\$PopBabyAntelope ~ tuna\$PopAdultAntelope+tuna\$AnnualPrecipitation+tuna\$winterCondition) RegressionModel3 predict(RegressionModel3, tuna, type = "response") summary(RegressionModel3) #I think the third model will work the best because R squared multiple time is closest to 1 and all the three variables are stastistically important #I think all the three variables need to be considered to create a parsimonious model step(RegressionModel3, data= tuna, direction = "backward") parsimoniousModel <- lm(formula = tuna\$PopBabyAntelope ~ tuna\$PopAdultAntelope+tuna\$AnnualPrecipitation+tuna\$winterCondition) parsimoniousModel

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• Winter '17
• Saltz
• Errors and residuals in statistics, setwd, #Adult, #annual, #setting, #winter

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