[R-sig-ME] Getting started with lme4

Joehanes, Roby (NIH/NHLBI) [F] roby.joehanes at nih.gov
Fri Nov 9 17:16:01 CET 2012

Hi Asaf:

For Mac OS X (If I read you correctly), you should use the menu (Packages &
Data --> Package Installer). Then, click "Get List", navigate to lme4,
select "Install Dependencies" and click "Install Selected".

As far as I know, Penicilin data is not in lme4.


On 11/8/12 9:15 PM, "Asaf Weinstein" <asafw.at.wharton at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I am very new to lme4, and have a couple of technical questions.
> 1) For Mac OS, is it true that I should use
> install.packages("lme4",repos="http://lme4.r-forge.r-project.org/repos")
> and not
> install.packages("lme4",repos="http://r-forge.r-project.org")?
> 2) Is the Penicillin data part of the lme4 package? data(Penicillin)
> does not work when I try it after loading the lme4 package..
> Thanks so much and sorry for the ignorance..
> Asaf

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