[R-sig-ME] Estimated dependent variable in GL(M)Ms

Torsten Hauffe tor@ten@h@uffe @ending from gm@il@com
Fri Jan 11 20:08:00 CET 2019

Sounds like you are looking for meta-analysis. But I'm not 100% sure about


On Fri, 11 Jan 2019 at 19:57, Roy Averill-Murray <royaverillmurray using gmail.com>

> How does one estimate beta parameters and appropriate SEs when the
> dependent variable consists of estimated values with known variances? My
> case involves modeling factors affecting animal home ranges that were
> estimated separately (i.e., individual home ranges are the dependent
> variable, each of which has its own variance). I found the paper by Lewis
> and Linzer (2005. Estimating regression models in which the dependent
> variable is based on estimates. Political Analysis 13:345-364), which
> describes feasible generalized least squares, but I have been unable to
> find R code for this or a description of how to apply it in nlme, lme4,
> glmmTMB, etc.
> Thanks for any help,
> Roy Averill-Murray
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