horcle_buzz - 1 month ago 11

Python Question

I'm running the following analysis and trying to plot the inverse logit of my model:

`R.plot(formula, data=data, ylab = 'P(outcome = 1 | outcome)', xlab = 'SURVRATE: Probability of Survival after 5 Years', xaxp = c(0, 95, 19))`

a = R.coef(mod1)[0]

b = R.coef(mod1)[1]

R.curve(invlogit(a + b*R.x))

`invlogit`

Everything works great, but when I run the

`curve`

`TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for *: 'float' and 'ListVector'`

I've tried various ways of handling this, like using

`np.multiply`

Answer

Kludgey solution is to just use the `rmagic`

commands. It appears to be the path of least resistance to convert all my R code to the rpy2 equivalent.

Source (Stackoverflow)

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