[R] How can I fit a fixed-effect linear model or generalized linear model with method="ml"?
HDoran at air.org
Sun May 30 12:34:54 CEST 2010
Why are you not using the lm() function? OLS is ML with no random effects
From: r-help-bounces at r-project.org [r-help-bounces at r-project.org] On Behalf Of Sherrie Jin [jingoosy at gmail.com]
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Subject: [R] How can I fit a fixed-effect linear model or generalized linear model with method="ml"?
I want to fit a linear model (without any random effect) with method "ml". I
tried to use "glm" I found that there is no option for "ml" or "reml" and
the default one is "reml". THen I tried to use "lme" but it requires a
random effect. How can I fix this problem?
Of course, it's not necessary to be "glm" or "lme", I am just looking for
commands which allow me to fit a linear model (without any random effect)
with "ml" method. And later I may also need to fit generalized linear models
(probit, gamma and negtive binomial) with method "ml". Any suggestions?
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