[R-sig-ME] [FORGED] Re: nlmer and the binomial distribution.

Rolf Turner r@turner @end|ng |rom @uck|@nd@@c@nz
Mon Feb 11 02:47:04 CET 2019

On 2/11/19 12:24 PM, Ben Bolker wrote:

>    I guess overwhelmingly difficult is in the eye of the beholder.  Any
> chance of a small example of what you want to do? Although TMB is
> written in an extended form of C++ rather than R, it might not be too
> horrible. A version of the classic orange tree example is here:
> https://kaskr.github.io/adcomp/orange_big_8cpp-example.html (it could
> use more comments/there are a few slightly weird-looking things ...)

Thank you for this kind offer to investigate further.

It just so happens that I have to hand a toy data set that I constructed 
for Bruce Swihart to use in his efforts to help me.  This data set is 
attached as "simdat.txt".  This a result of a dput().  To obtain the 
data do:

     X <- dget("simdat.txt")

I have also attached what I hope is a reasonably lucid explanation of 
the model that I am trying to fit (in "problem.pdf").

Thanks again for taking a look at this.



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Department of Statistics
University of Auckland
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