[R-sig-ME] r-square type of measure for cox PH in MCMCglmm

Farrar, David Farrar.David at epa.gov
Tue Mar 17 15:55:27 CET 2015

You might start with this FAQ:  http://glmm.wikidot.com/faq
While analogues may exist, as far as I know there is no good reason to think that an R^2 should exist which should be viewed in the same way for any sort of regression model.

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From: R-sig-mixed-models [mailto:r-sig-mixed-models-bounces at r-project.org] On Behalf Of Van Dongen Stefan
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Subject: [R-sig-ME] r-square type of measure for cox PH in MCMCglmm

Hi All,

I am running a multivariate animal model in MCMCglmm. One response variable is censored, so I use a cox proportional hazards approach for that one. The model is running OK and I get an estimate for the association of the hazard with a fixed covariate. Is there a way to get an R-square estimate for the strength of association?

many thanks


Prof. Dr. Stefan Van Dongen
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