bates at stat.wisc.edu
Fri Jun 18 16:46:46 CEST 2010
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 8:42 AM, Ricardo Alvarado
<hipotesis_delta at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your response.
> I really need to use this package and make it work, maybe you can help me to
> define the right model I need to input.
> I have 3 blocks with 5 treatments within each block. We gathered
> information from response variables at 5 different times on the same units -
> so I have a longitudinal study.
> If I call:
> B: blocks - a,b,c (factor)
> T: treatments - A,B,C,D,E (factor)
> t: time - 15, 30, 45, 60, 75 days (continuous)
> How do I write the model and how do I determine the degrees of freedom?
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> I wrote this:
> but I am not sure if it is taking into accout the random nature of the
> blocks where the treatements are included.
> I would really appreciate if you could give me some insight on this.
> Best regards,
> On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 3:56 AM, Ricardo Alvarado
> <hipotesis_delta at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I am using package lme4. When I run a model with lmer I don't get the
> That's intentional. See R FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) 7.35
> 7.35 Why are p-values not displayed when using lmer()?
> Doug Bates has kindly provided an extensive response in a post to the
> r-help list, which can be reviewed at
>> Is there any way to get them directly without have to compute from
>> the F values?
> Before you can evaluate a p-value from an F distribution you will need
> to decide on the degrees of freedom in the denominator and that is the
> source of controversy.
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