[R-sig-ME] the model with warning
th|erry@onke||nx @end|ng |rom |nbo@be
Tue May 18 18:51:49 CEST 2021
I second Ben's suggestions. You need a statistician to look into your data
and model in order to get an idea why and where the rank deficiency occurs.
Only then you'll know how you can either solve that problem or if it's safe
to ignore it.
ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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Op di 18 mei 2021 om 18:00 schreef Ben Bolker <bbolker using gmail.com>:
> (Personal opinion follows.) I don't think you need to report these
> warnings in the main section of a paper **as long as you understand what
> they are telling you and are reasonably certain that they do not
> represent a problem with the interpretation/robustness of your
> results**. These are kinds of the details that would go into
> supplementary material, if at all.
> But this does sound like it might be a case where you should try to
> find more dedicated statistical advice than you can get from an internet
> forum ...
> Ben Bolker
> On 5/18/21 10:25 AM, Atsuko Nakagawa wrote:
> > Hi
> > Thank you so much. But if so, can I report these results in my academic
> > paper? Or how can I report these results properly to reviewers in my
> > paper ? Or do we have to continue to find the model without warning for
> > the academic paper? If you have any suggestion, please let me know.
> > Atsu
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