[R] Extracting from population estimation, individual estimations

Spencer Graves spencer.graves at pdf.com
Mon Aug 18 17:38:23 CEST 2003

Have you considered "intervals"?  The index in Pinhiero and Bates (2000) 
Mixed-Effects Models in S and S-Plus (Springer) gives several page 
references (at least one of which is off by 1 page in my copy of the 
book) that seem relevant to your question.

hope this helps.  spencer graves

Brunschwig, Hadassa {PDMM~Basel} wrote:
> Hello to everyone!
> I fitted a nonlinear mixed model to a dataframe. The dataframe contained among others a variable "Subject".For each subject there were several entries(measurements), exactly sixteen. I fitted the nonlinear mixed model using the variable "Subject" as a grouping factor in the random statement of the model. There were two parameters that had to be estimated. The two estimations reflect though the estimations for the population. I am looking for a way to extract of these population estimations the individual estimations of the parameters for each subject, i.e. the predictions (not the predicted values) for each subject. There is for example a possibility in SAS to do this, is there any in R as well?  
> Thanks for answers.
> Regards
> Dassy
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