[R] library for mixed GLM?
james.lindsey at luc.ac.be
Tue May 29 15:31:41 CEST 2001
> Dear all
> I recently had to use GLMM(). I tested both Lindsey's GLMM and
> GLIMMGibbs. For the
> case of a random intercept I found Lindsey's GLMM more reliable. When
> both methods
> converged the qualitative nature of the answers was similar. GLIMMGibbs
> broke down more
> often, or I failed to tune the simulation proberly.
> However, GLMMGibbs allows for, say, two random factors, which (I think)
> was not possible
> with Lindsey's GLMM:
Yes you are absolutely right on that. Jim
> I shall test this further.
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