[R] R2 in mixed model
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Sat Mar 18 05:13:51 CET 2006
The coefficient of deterimination, R^2, is defined as the percent of
the variance explained. For a mixed model, we need to ask, "percent of
WHICH variance?" For more comments, I tried "RSiteSearch" with various
kew words. The most relevant comment I found was
"http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/Rhelp02a/archive/48023.html", which I
got from RSiteSearch("R squared with mixed effects").
hope this helps.
Angelo Colombo wrote:
> I have some basic question for you!.
> Has calculating R2 sense in mixed model? I think no! But i don't why!
> Thank in advance for your help
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