[R-sig-ME] Quick Question on glmer.nb

Thierry Onkelinx thierry@onkelinx @ending from inbo@be
Mon Dec 17 20:24:09 CET 2018

Dear Pasha,

This is explained on the FAQ:

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ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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Op ma 17 dec. 2018 om 18:49 schreef Mohammadreza Hashemi <hashemi using hawaii.edu

> Hi folks,
> I was working with glmer.nb function to estimate a negative binomial mixed
> effects model.
> I was wondering if there is any chance to get the t statistics or the p
> values for the random effects as well as the fixed effects?
> Thank you so much for your time.
> Sincerely,
> Pasha
> P.S. More info just in case my question is not clear:
> I am looking to find a way to justify if I should assume a random slope
> for a variable or not. The lme4 output shows the standard deviation of each
> random parameter, but it does not say anything about its significance for
> the model (Please correct me if I am wrong).
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