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Hi, I have got myself into a pickle! Does anyone here understand R code? - I have a pile of multiple regression code, can you help me understand what it all means?

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So for starters.. what does this mean: lm1 <- lm(Seeds.n.~Length.m. + Burn*Location, data = seeds) I understand that "Seeds.n.~Length.m." means seeds in terms of length but I don't understad the "Burn*Location"
I don't know R, sorry. But I think you have a better and quicker chance of getting an answer at stackoverflow.com

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thanks :) Sigh, Just realised I forgot my assignment so trying to understand it is associated with alot of panic lol, which isn't helping :P
You are welcome, and good luck with your assignments :)
thanks, I think I'll need it!!

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