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< id.n = 3, labels.id = names(residuals(x)), cex.id = 0.75)
---
> id.n = 3, labels.id = names(residuals(x)), cex.id = 0.75,
> cook.levels = c((0.5, 1), label.pos = c(4, 2))
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< the numbers \code{1:4}.}
---
> the numbers \code{1:5}.}
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> \item{cook.levels}{levels of Cook's distance at which to draw
> contours.}
> \item{label.pos}{positioning of labels, for the left half and right
> half of the graph respectively, for plots 1-3.}
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< Four plots (selectable by \code{which}) are currently provided: a plot
---
> Five plots (selectable by \code{which}) are currently available: a plot
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< and a plot of Cook's distances versus row labels.
---
> a plot of Cook's distances versus row labels, and a plot of residuals
> against leverages. By default, the first four of these are provided.
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< This \sQuote{S-L} and the Q-Q plot use \emph{standardized} residuals
< which have identical variance (under the hypothesis). They are given
< as \eqn{R_i / (s \times \sqrt{1 - h_{ii}})}{R[i] / (s*sqrt(1 - h.ii))}
---
> The \sQuote{S-L}, the Q-Q, and the Residual-Leverage plot, use
> \emph{standardized} residuals which have identical variance (under the
> hypothesis). They are given as
> \eqn{R_i / (s \times \sqrt{1 - h_{ii}})}{R[i] / (s*sqrt(1 - h.ii))}
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< \code{\link{cooks.distance}}.
---
> \code{\link{cooks.distance}}, \code{\link{hatvalues}}.
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>
> ## Replace Cook's distance plot by Residual-Leverage plot
> plot(lm.SR, which=c(1:3, 5))