statsmodels.stats.outliers_influence.GLMInfluence¶

class
statsmodels.stats.outliers_influence.
GLMInfluence
(results, resid=None, endog=None, exog=None, hat_matrix_diag=None, cov_params=None, scale=None)[source]¶ Influence and outlier measures (experimental)
This uses partly formulas specific to GLM, specifically cooks_distance is based on the hessian, i.e. observed or expected information matrix and not on cov_params, in contrast to MLEInfluence. Standardization for changes in parameters, in fittedvalues and in the linear predictor are based on cov_params.
 Parameters
 resultsinstance of results class
This only works for model and results classes that have the necessary helper methods.
 other arguments are only to override default behavior and are used instead
 of the corresponding attribute of the results class.
 By default resid_pearson is used as resid.
Notes
This has not yet been tested for correctness when offset or exposure are used, although they should be supported by the code.
Some GLM specific measures like d_deviance are still missing.
Computing an explicit leaveoneobservationout (LOOO) loop is included but no influence measures are currently computed from it.
 Attributes
 dbetas
change in parameters divided by the standard error of parameters from the full model results,
bse
.d_fittedvalues_scaled
Change in fittedvalues scaled by standard errors
d_linpred
Change in linear prediction
 d_linpred_scale
local change in linear prediction scaled by the standard errors for the prediction based on cov_params.
Methods
Cook’s distance
Change in expected response, fittedvalues
d_params
()Change in parameter estimates
dfbetas
()Scaled change in parameter estimates
Diagonal of the hat_matrix for GLM
Parameter estimate based on onestep approximation
plot_index
([y_var, threshold, title, ax, idx])index plot for influence attributes
plot_influence
([external, alpha, criterion, …])Plot of influence in regression.
Internally studentized pearson residuals
Creates a DataFrame with influence results.