[R] Out from an R package
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Thu Feb 25 18:59:09 CET 2021
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On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 12:09 PM David Winsemius <dwinsemius using comcast.net>
> On 2/25/21 7:24 AM, Göran Djurfeldt wrote:
> > Help! I am going crazy for a very simple reason. I can’t access the
> output from for instance the lme4 package in R. I have been able to import
> an SPSS file into an R data frame. I have downloaded and installed the Lme4
> package and I think I have also learnt how to produce a mixed model with
> > Output <- lmer(G10ln ~ v191_ms + (1 | couno), data = 'G10R')
> > How shall I define the output from lmer? What kind of object is it? How
> do I define it?
> I'm not sure what you mean by "How do I define" the output from a
> function. The function does the "definition", but you can correctly
> refer to the output of most regression functions as "a list". The best
> way to get the specific result from a function is to go to its help page
> and look at the Details and Values sections.
> > Goran
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