[R] gee p values

John Sorkin jsorkin at grecc.umaryland.edu
Fri Sep 10 14:18:08 CEST 2010

If the answer were as simple as you suggest, I would expect that gee would automatically produce the p values. Since gee does not produce the values, I fear that the computation may be more complex, or perhaps computing p values from gee may be controversial. Do you know which, if either of my speculations is true?
Thank you,

John David Sorkin M.D., Ph.D.
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There are two z-scores reported in the summary: Naive z and Robust z.

pvalue=2*min(pnorm(z-score), 1-pnorm(z-score))   # two-sided test

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