[R-sig-ME] Logistisc regression (lmer) fitted by the Laplace approximation- references?

Dan Wright danw at sussex.ac.uk
Wed Jul 23 15:19:02 CEST 2008

Not sure what you mean limits, but if you want a very intro description see 


ps. That website works now and will for a few weeks. I move in a few weeks, 
and my current employer may want to get rid of the space I take up on the 
server, but hopefully I will have it up at my new location soon.

--On 23 July 2008 12:14 +0200 "R.S. Cotter" <cotter.rs at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I have sucessfully run Logistic regression by using generalized linear
> mixed-effects model (lmer) fitted by the Laplace approximation (lme4
> package).
> Is there any limits that I should aware of by use of this model? I
> haven't found references for this model, could somone provide me with
> a reference from a article/book?
> My response is Yes or No and explanatory variables is categories
> (A,B,C and D), and random effect (ID, number of groups 7).
> Regards RS
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