[R-sig-ME] Course: Introduction to Linear Mixed Effects Models and GLMM with R-INLA
Highland Statistics Ltd
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Thu Jun 11 16:20:05 CEST 2020
On 11/06/2020 14:58, Mollie Brooks wrote:
> The flyer says "Nested data means multiple observations from the same
> animal, site, area, nest, patient, hospital, vessel,
> lake, hive, transect, etc.", but this doesn’t agree with my
> (https://bbolker.github.io/mixedmodels-misc/glmmFAQ.html#nested-or-crossed). What
> if animals move from one site to another, or patients visit multiple
Then it is not nested anymore.
> I encounter a lot of scientists who have a misconception of the
> meaning of nested data, so it would be good to be careful when
> teaching the terminology. Does R-INLA require random effects to be
No. They can even be spatially correlated....or temporally correlated.
> Kind regards,
>> On 11Jun 2020, at 14:40, Highland Statistics Ltd
>> <highstat using highstat.com <mailto:highstat using highstat.com>> wrote:
>> We would like to announce the following online statistics course:
>> Introduction to Linear Mixed Effects Models and GLMM with R-INLA
>> This is an on-demand course with around 35-40 videos (each is 15-60
>> minutes) with live (optional) Zoom summary sessions scheduled in 2
>> different time zones:
>> * Time zone 1: 09.00-11.00 British Summer Time.
>> * Time zone 2: 19.00-21.00 British Summer Time.
>> The course represents around 40 hours of work.
>> The course fee includes an (optional) 1-hour face-to-face video chat
>> with one or both instructors (you can discuss your own data).
>> Starting date: 22 June
>> Website: http://highstat.com/index.php/courses-upcoming
>> Kind regards,
>> Alain Zuur
>> Dr. Alain F. Zuur
>> Highland Statistics Ltd.
>> 9 St Clair Wynd
>> AB41 6DZ Newburgh, UK
>> Email:highstat using highstat.com
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Dr. Alain F. Zuur
Highland Statistics Ltd.
9 St Clair Wynd
AB41 6DZ Newburgh, UK
Email: highstat using highstat.com
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