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This page is a reference documentation. It only explains the class signature, and not how to use it. Please refer to the user guide for the big picture.

# nilearn.glm.RegressionResults#

class nilearn.glm.RegressionResults(theta, Y, model, whitened_Y, whitened_residuals, cov=None, dispersion=1.0, nuisance=None)[source]#

Summarize the fit of a linear regression model.

It handles the output of contrasts, estimates of covariance, etc.

__init__(theta, Y, model, whitened_Y, whitened_residuals, cov=None, dispersion=1.0, nuisance=None)[source]#

See LikelihoodModelResults constructor.

The only difference is that the whitened Y and residual values are stored for a regression model.

residuals()[source]#

Residuals from the fit.

normalized_residuals()[source]#

Residuals, normalized to have unit length.

See  and .

Notes

Is this supposed to return “stanardized residuals,” residuals standardized to have mean zero and approximately unit variance?

d_i = e_i / sqrt(MS_E)

Where MS_E = SSE / (n - k)

References

predicted()[source]#

Return linear predictor values from a design matrix.

SSE()[source]#

Error sum of squares.

If not from an OLS model this is “pseudo”-SSE.

r_square()[source]#

Proportion of explained variance.

If not from an OLS model this is “pseudo”-R2.

MSE()[source]#

Return Mean square (error).

Fcontrast(matrix, dispersion=None, invcov=None)[source]#

Compute an Fcontrast for a contrast matrix matrix.

Here, matrix M is assumed to be non-singular. More precisely is assumed invertible. Here, is the generalized inverse of the design matrix of the model. There can be problems in non-OLS models where the rank of the covariance of the noise is not full.

See the contrast module to see how to specify contrasts. In particular, the matrices from these contrasts will always be non-singular in the sense above.

Parameters:
matrix1D array-like

Contrast matrix.

dispersionNone or float, optional

If None, use `self.dispersion`.

invcovNone or array, optional

Known inverse of variance covariance matrix. If None, calculate this matrix.

Returns:
f_res`FContrastResults` instance

with attributes F, df_den, df_num

Notes

For F contrasts, we now specify an effect and covariance.

Tcontrast(matrix, store=('t', 'effect', 'sd'), dispersion=None)[source]#

Compute a Tcontrast for a row vector matrix.

To get the t-statistic for a single column, use the ‘t’ method.

Parameters:
matrix1D array-like

Contrast matrix.

storesequence, optional

Components of t to store in results output object. Defaults to all components (‘t’, ‘effect’, ‘sd’).

dispersionNone or float, optional
Returns:
res`TContrastResults` object
conf_int(alpha=0.05, cols=None, dispersion=None)[source]#

Return the confidence interval of the specified theta estimates.

Parameters:
alphafloat, optional

The alpha level for the confidence interval. ie., alpha = .05 returns a 95% confidence interval. Default=0.05.

colstuple, optional

cols specifies which confidence intervals to return.

dispersionNone or scalar, optional

Scale factor for the variance / covariance (see class docstring and `vcov` method docstring).

Returns:
cisndarray

cis is shape `(len(cols), 2)` where each row contains [lower, upper] for the given entry in cols

Notes

Confidence intervals are two-tailed.

tailsstring, optional

Possible values: ‘two’ | ‘upper’ | ‘lower’

Examples

```>>> from numpy.random import standard_normal as stan
>>> from nilearn.glm import OLSModel
>>> x = np.hstack((stan((30,1)),stan((30,1)),stan((30,1))))
>>> beta=np.array([3.25, 1.5, 7.0])
>>> y = np.dot(x,beta) + stan((30))
>>> model = OLSModel(x).fit(y)
>>> confidence_intervals = model.conf_int(cols=(1,2))
```
logL()[source]#

Return the maximized log-likelihood.

t(column=None)[source]#

Return the (Wald) t-statistic for a given parameter estimate.

Use Tcontrast for more complicated (Wald) t-statistics.

vcov(matrix=None, column=None, dispersion=None, other=None)[source]#

Return Variance/covariance matrix of linear contrast.

Parameters:
matrix(dim, self.theta.shape) array, optional

Numerical contrast specification, where `dim` refers to the ‘dimension’ of the contrast i.e. 1 for t contrasts, 1 or more for F contrasts.

columnint, optional

Alternative way of specifying contrasts (column index).

dispersionfloat or (n_voxels,) array, optional

Value(s) for the dispersion parameters.

other(dim, self.theta.shape) array, optional

Alternative contrast specification (?).

Returns:
cov(dim, dim) or (n_voxels, dim, dim) array

The estimated covariance matrix/matrices.

Returns the variance/covariance matrix of a linear contrast of the
estimates of theta, multiplied by dispersion which will often be an
estimate of dispersion, like, sigma^2.
The covariance of interest is either specified as a (set of) column(s)
or a matrix.