[R] about lme
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Fri Aug 6 21:58:04 CEST 2004
In case the suggested model is NOT what you want, the book by
Pinheiro and Bates describes other models that may be closer to what you
want. Also, you might wish to consider lme in both packages nlme and
lme4. They are different, and overall lme4 is better, though it may not
be in any particular case. Bates is the overall architect for both, and
the list of people who know more about this subject than he does is
hope this helps. spencer graves
F Z wrote:
> I suspect that what you want to do is to have a randon intercept for
> Rails. i.e.:
> m<-lme(travel ~ Rail, data = Rail, random = ~ 1 | Rail)
> You might want to try the documentation under C:\Program
> Files\R\rw1091\library\lme4\doc and also the book "Mixed-effect models
> in S and S-Plus" by Pinheiro and Bates.
>> From: "angel hellraiser" <darkjacknife at hotmail.com>
>> To: r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch
>> Subject: [R] about lme
>> Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 16:40:43 +0000
>> Hi R-users:
>> I've got a problem with lme.
>> In Rail data,I try to model the next one
>> lme(travel ~ Rail, data = Rail, random = ~ Rail | Rail)
>> I want travel = Rail(i) + Rail(j) + epsilon(i,j)
>> say, an effect fixed for every Rail and other for Rail(j) random, R says
>> fewer observations or false convergence.
>> Why can't I model an effect fixed and other random?
>> Thanks in advance.
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