[R] 回复： Linear Mixed-Effects Model
liushun.1 at qq.com
Mon Mar 13 14:22:43 CET 2017
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Ö÷Ìâ: Re: [R] Linear Mixed-Effects Model
Have you read the docs? Is this some kind of homework? -- this list
does not do homework. We expect minimal efforts at least on the part
of posters. We do not do tutorials here. I think you need to do some
reading on your own before posting further. Try posting on the
r-sig-mixed-models list to get or to be directed to such tutorials.
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On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 9:24 PM, ÁõË³ <liushun.1 at qq.com> wrote:
> Dear R Help:
> What does "lmer(responce ~ factor1*factor2 + (factor1*factor2 | group1) + (factor1*factor2| group2), data)" mean?
> "lmer(responce ~ factor1*factor2 + (factor1*factor2 | group1) + (factor1*factor2| group2), data)" vs. "lmer(responce ~ factor1*factor2 + (factor1+factor2 | group1) + (factor1+factor2| group2), data)"?
> Experiment includes 2 factors ,2 group structrues and 1 response,I want to use Mixed-Effects Model.How to express the full model with R
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