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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: 7-9 months  |  Posted: Apr 04, 2015  |  Ends: 15h, 9m  |   3 Proposals
We are hiring !!! Role - Oracle R12 Order Management Functional consultant. Location : Edison NJ Duration: 1 year contract Looking for Oracle R12 Order Management Functional Skills / Modules: Order management, Inventory, Advanced Pricing, Shipping, Accounts Receivables 9 plus years of experience required client needs all 5 days onsite 60-70HR AIC Should have Valid H1 visa
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| A****rld
|    India
Fixed Price: Less than $500   |  Posted: Apr 04, 2015  |  Ends: 11h, 42m  |   11 Proposals
I have csv file with a binary outcome variable (0/1) and 5 predictor variables (1 continuous, 4 categorical) from which I have derived a logistic regression. I now want to turn this logistic regression model into a nomogram. I have attempted to use the nomogram function from the "rms" package but having trouble getting it to run. I suspect the problem may be in part due to having no idea how to set the data up. This is the code I have used: library(rms) setwd("/Users/General/Dropbox/NOMOGRAM/test_data") mydata <- read.table("stata_test.csv", header=TRUE, sep=",") attach(mydata2) f <- glm(Non_Responder ~ BMI__40 + K_L__4 + WOMAC_Total_score_preop, family=binomial(logit), data=mydata) nom <- nomogram(f, fun=function(x)1/(1+exp(-x))) Everything works fine until I get to the nomogram function where I keep getting the following error: "Error in lims[[i]] : subscript out of bounds" Something to do with the dataset set-up? With ho...
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| t****ane
|    Australia
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