[R-sig-ME] graphically plotting glmer results with coefplot2
bbolker at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 15:57:46 CET 2013
Shane Gleason <sgleason at ...> writes:
> I am trying to graph out glmer results and am doing so with the
> coefplot2 package. I can get graphs to display correctly, though I am
> not sure how to interpret the confidence intervals. Looking at my graph
> (as well as plot1 in the example on the help page) there appears to be
> two confidence intervals on top of each other. This may be very basic
> but the archive and Google come up empty on why there are two
> (seemingly) separate confidence intervals there.
>From "Details:" in the help page:
This function plots coefficients from bugs, lm, glm and polr with
1 sd and 2 sd interval bars.
In other words, the thick (inner) bars represent +/- 1 standard error,
while the thin (outer) bars represent +/- 2 standard errors.
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