[R-sig-ME] How to generate P value for each level in lmer package
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If I understand correctly, you can get the p-values using lmerTest. Load
the package before running the model and the p-values will appear in the
Em qua., 2 de fev. de 2022 às 20:51, Ben Bolker <bbolker using gmail.com>
> This doesn't really give enough details for me (us) to understand
> what you want.
> car::Anova() will give you a p-value for each term.
> emmeans will give you expected marginal means and p-values for
> various combinations of levels
> multcomp::glht can be helpful too.
> If these don't answer your question, please reply with a bit more
> detail/a simple example.
> Ben Bolker
> On 2/2/22 11:17 AM, Parvez Qureshi wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > This is regarding a query regarding lmer package where I am trying to
> generate price elasticities for different level in mixed data. Although I
> am getting coefficients using coef () function for each level specified in
> equation but wanted to generate P Value for each level along with
> > Coud anyone please suggest how can we generate P value for each level.
> > Regards,
> > Parvez
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