[R-sig-ME] John Nelder and Nelder-Lee HGLMs
rhbc at imm.dtu.dk
Mon Nov 1 07:53:22 CET 2010
The most recent discussion of the h-likelihood framework that I have
seen was in Statistical Science, 2009, vol. 24, no.3: Inference for
Models with Unobservables: Another view by Lee and Nelder. I found the
following discussion very interesting --- in particular the
contribution by Xiao-Li Meng, which touches upon the, in some
respects, shaky theoretical foundation of the h-likelihood framework.
In addition one gets humorous references to the De Vinci Code.
On 1 November 2010 04:27, Murray Jorgensen <maj at waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
> Thanks to those who responded to me both publicly and privately.
> It seems that the package hglm answers my last question and Section 10 of
> its vignette is one answer to my first question.
> I would still be interested in pointers to more discussion of these matters.
> Cheers, Murray
> On 1/11/2010 12:34 p.m., Murray Jorgensen wrote:
>> I wonder if members of this list can point me to discussions, critical
>> or supportive, of Lee and Nelder's models and methods. Of course I am
>> aware of the discussion of their JRSS paper so you needn't remind me of
>> Also, is anyone aware if someone is planning to implement HGLMs, by any
>> estimation method, in R?
>> Best wishes, Murray
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