Error 'invalid model formula in ExtractVars' from lm when used in a user-defined function

I built a function, called regcomp (to compare regressions) and the code is giving me an error when I call the function. the exact same lm code works when it's not in the function. Does anyone know why I'd receive this error:

Error in terms.formula(formula, data = data) : 
  invalid model formula in ExtractVars

When running the code:

regressioncomp <- function(mdx,mdy,nmdx,nmdy){

# Calculate and summarize the regressions for sites with and without dams.  
    mdreg.lm = lm(mdy ~ mdx + 0) 
    nmdreg.lm = lm(nmdy ~ nmdx + 0)

# ===============================   
# In order to test the difference between regressions, I ran an ANCOVA and then ANOVA

allx <- c(mdx,nmdx)
ally <- c(mdy,nmdy)

all <-c('md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md','md',"nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd", "nmd")

    compslope <- aov(ally~allx*all+0); summary(compslope)
    compint <- aov(ally~allx+all+0); summary(compslope)

    compreg <- anova(compslope,compslope2); summary(compreg)

  • r
  • error-handling
  • statistics
  • linear-regression
  • linear
10 Answers

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