[R-sig-ME] Mixed-Model-Accounting-Spatial_Correlation

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Subject: [R-sig-ME] Mixed-Model-Accounting-Spatial_Correlation
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Hi, dear all.
Can someone please, tell me if  there is ways to fit models (with, or not)
random effects, accounting spatial correlation and accepting numerical
and/or categorical explanatories variables?
In advance, thanks for your helps.
Best and regards,

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The answer is 'yes'. See


You will see about 10 posts on this topic. And see also:


Kind regards,



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Author of:
1. Beginner's Guide to Spatial, Temporal and Spatial-Temporal Ecological Data Analysis with R-INLA. (2017).
2. Beginner's Guide to Zero-Inflated Models with R (2016).
3. Beginner's Guide to Data Exploration and Visualisation with R (2015).
4. Beginner's Guide to GAMM with R (2014).
5. Beginner's Guide to GLM and GLMM with R (2013).
6. Beginner's Guide to GAM with R (2012).
7. Zero Inflated Models and GLMM with R (2012).
8. A Beginner's Guide to R (2009).
9. Mixed effects models and extensions in ecology with R (2009).
10. Analysing Ecological Data (2007).

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