[R-sig-ME] how to get the relative importance of each variable in linear mixed model
Phillip Alday
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Fri Apr 15 04:47:46 CEST 2022
See this section of the GLMM FAQ for a discussion of effect sizes and
variable importance:
https://bbolker.github.io/mixedmodels-misc/glmmFAQ.html#model-summaries-goodness-of-fit-decomposition-of-variance-etc.
Phillip
On 14/4/22 3:56 am, 汪燕敏 wrote:
> dear sir,
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> I used lme4 in R to fit the mixed model. i would like to get the relative importance of each variable. i know anova can do the task in linear model, but it can not work in linear mixed model.
> so, my question is how to get the relative importance of each variable of both fixed effects and random effects in linear mixed model?
> look forwar to your reply.
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> best wishes
> yanmin wang
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> 汪燕敏
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