[R-sig-ME] estimating variance components for arbitrarily definedvar/covar matrices
David.Duffy at qimr.edu.au
Thu Feb 26 01:52:54 CET 2015
It depends if you want to do GLMMs or not. Look at the AnimalINLA, kinship
(now kinship2) with nlme, and regress packages for starters, since you can
feed them an arbitrary matrix out of the box. I have used glmmPQL too.
WRT Ben's comment about pedigreemm, you would have to look at their code
but it should be _relatively_ straightforward.
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