# [R] SE for all fixed factor effect in GLMM

Heinz Tuechler tuechler @ending from gmx@@t
Sun Dec 30 08:58:09 CET 2018

```maybe qvcalc https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/qvcalc/index.html
is useful for you.

Marc Girondot via R-help wrote/hat geschrieben on/am 30.12.2018 05:31:
> Dear members,
>
> Let do a example of simple GLMM with x and G as fixed factors and R as
> random factor:
>
> (note that question is the same with GLM or even LM):
>
> x <- rnorm(100)
> y <- rnorm(100)
> G <- as.factor(sample(c("A", "B", "C", "D"), 100, replace = TRUE))
> R <- as.factor(rep(1:25, 4))
>
> library(lme4)
>
> m <- lmer(y ~ x + G + (1 | R))
> summary(m)\$coefficients
>
> I get the fixed effect fit and their SE
>
>> summary(m)\$coefficients
>                Estimate Std. Error    t value
> (Intercept)  0.07264454  0.1952380  0.3720820
> x           -0.02519892  0.1238621 -0.2034433
> GB           0.10969225  0.3118371  0.3517614
> GC          -0.09771555  0.2705523 -0.3611706
> GD          -0.12944760  0.2740012 -0.4724344
>
> The estimate for GA is not shown as it is fixed to 0. Normal, it is the
> reference level.
>
> But is there a way to get SE for GA of is-it non-sense question because
> GA is fixed to 0 ?
>
> ______________
>
> I propose here a solution but I don't know if it is correct. It is based
> on reordering levels and averaging se for all reordering:
>
> G <- relevel(G, "A")
> m <- lmer(y ~ x + G + (1 | R))
> sA <- summary(m)\$coefficients
>
> G <- relevel(G, "B")
> m <- lmer(y ~ x + G + (1 | R))
> sB <- summary(m)\$coefficients
>
> G <- relevel(G, "C")
> m <- lmer(y ~ x + G + (1 | R))
> sC <- summary(m)\$coefficients
>
> G <- relevel(G, "D")
> m <- lmer(y ~ x + G + (1 | R))
> sD <- summary(m)\$coefficients
>
> seA <- mean(sB["GA", "Std. Error"], sC["GA", "Std. Error"], sD["GA",
> "Std. Error"])
> seB <- mean(sA["GB", "Std. Error"], sC["GB", "Std. Error"], sD["GB",
> "Std. Error"])
> seC <- mean(sA["GC", "Std. Error"], sB["GC", "Std. Error"], sD["GC",
> "Std. Error"])
> seD <- mean(sA["GD", "Std. Error"], sB["GD", "Std. Error"], sC["GD",
> "Std. Error"])
>
> seA; seB; seC; seD
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marc
>
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