[R-sig-ME] State of lme4
HDoran at air.org
Thu Jul 10 14:38:20 CEST 2008
Out of curiousity, why not just use the asymptotic standards errors of
the fixed effects to get Cis rather than via simulation?
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> To: Michael Kubovy
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> Subject: Re: [R-sig-ME] State of lme4
> On 07/10/08 07:51, Michael Kubovy wrote:
> > Dear Friends,
> > I have become confused as to which set-up of lme4, arm,
> gmodels, etc
> > will produce CIs on the fixed effects by simulation.
> In the latest version of lme4, mcmcsamp and HPDinterval work.
> And languageR has a new version as of yesterday, which seems
> to deal correctly with the current version of lme4.
> Specifically, pvals.fnc() works. I don't know about arm and
> gmodels. I haven't seen new versions, so I suspect they will
> not deal with the new format of lmer.
> Jonathan Baron, Professor of Psychology, University of
> Pennsylvania Home page: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~baron
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