[R-sig-ME] factor importance in glmm with a two-way ANOVA structure
JUAN PEDRO GONZALEZ VARO
ju@npe @end|ng |rom un|ov|@e@
Sat May 11 09:27:02 CEST 2019
I'm running a glmm with negative binomial family, because my dataset
has many zeros, yet, they are not structural zeros.
The model design is a 2-way ANOVA: habitat_type * season
In a glm, I can assess the relative importance of each factor
through the deviances (null and residual deviances of the model, and
partial deviances accounted by each factor).
The analogous way in a LMM would be the Sum of Squares.
But, how can I assess the performance (or variance accounted) by
different factors in a glmm?
I've been searching a lot in internet but I haven't found anything
clear about it.
I hope you can provide some advice on it.
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