[R-sig-ME] Extracting p-values from an lme object (any help would be appreciated)
Adam D. I. Kramer
adik at ilovebacon.org
Wed Nov 25 19:43:10 CET 2009
On Wed, 25 Nov 2009, Ben Bolker wrote:
> Ben Zuckerberg wrote:
>> I know that p-value estimation in mixed models are somewhat
>> controversial at the moment, but I am simply curious how one extracts
>> p-values for the fixed factors from an lme object (using nlme)? The
>> summary() gives the desired p-values; all I want to do is access them.
>> The names() command shows the returned values (e.g., fitted, residuals)
>> for many components of the model, but I can't seem to access the
>> p-values. Thank you in advance!
Or perhaps more simply,
pt(t, df, lower.tail)
gives you the p-value associated with a given t-value and its degrees of
freedom. lower.tail is whether you want the p below the t-value (usually you
want this when p is negative), or above. Multiply by 2 for a 2-tailed test.
summary() is almost certainly just calling pt().
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