R-beta: repeated measures

Martin Maechler maechler at stat.math.ethz.ch
Wed Feb 25 10:02:37 CET 1998

>>>>> "Jim" == Jim Lindsey <jlindsey at luc.ac.be> writes:

    Jim> R itself has nothing for repeated measures. However, I am developing a
    Jim> complete set of four libraries that will handle most any repeated
    Jim> measures problem, normally distributed or other. This includes two
    Jim> functions in one of the libraries that will do the so-called anova
    Jim> approach plus ARMA. They will do everything in my Repeated
    Jim> Measurements book (OUP 1993) and much more.
    Jim> I am waiting until R stabilizes a bit before releasing them but will
    Jim> soon be asking for volunteers to aid in preliminary testing.
    Jim> Jim

    >> Hi,
    >> is there a way to use a repeated measure anova approach in R?
    >> I can't believe there isn't, but I couldn't figure out how.
    >> Please Help

Jim, this really  *IS* good news!

Just a moment ago, I had a phone call from an applied person here in CH who
uses R (for windoze, at his home), and asked how to do ANOVA problems with R.  

He was also badly missing S-plus's  aov(.) function...
and I explained how he could  use   anova( lm(...) ) for FIXED effects
anova, and that nothing is yet available for random (or mixed) effects.

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