[R] lmer p-values for fixed effects missing
UKaraoz at lbl.gov
Wed Nov 19 02:38:57 CET 2008
Thanks. That's very useful.
I was confused by the fact that the p-values are in fact outputted in
Faraway's book and elsewhere. The package default output options should have
changed since then.
> I am trying to replicate the repeated measures example from Dr.Faraway's
> (Extending the linear model with R) as follows:
> vision$npower <- rep(1:4,14)
> mmod <-lmer(acuity~power+(1|subject)+(1|subject:eye),vision)
> When I look at the fixed effects p-value, it is missing. Am I missing
> something here?
> Fixed effects:
> Estimate Std. Error t value
> (Intercept) 112.6429 2.2348 50.40
> power6/18 0.7857 1.5400 0.51
> power6/36 -1.0000 1.5400 -0.65
> power6/60 3.2857 1.5400 2.13
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