[R-sig-ME] Using nAGQ = 0 in glmer or lmer
hedyeh@h @end|ng |rom u@c@edu
Tue Feb 15 21:39:27 CET 2022
I have used the option nAGQ=0 in many of lme models and I have read about it, my understanding is that the difference between the default, which nAGQ=1 vs nAGQ=0 is the estimation process in the background.
My question is that, in general if we use nAGQ=0, is our estimation still trustworthy?
Does it make it more accurate/trustworthy if our sample size is large?
Are there scenarios that we should absolutely not use nAGQ=0?
Thank you in advcance.
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