lme4 translate formula to code in 3-level model

lme4 translate formula to code in 3-level model

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lme4 translate formula to code in 3-level model
Tag : r , By : kalfa
Date : November 24 2020, 05:47 AM

With these it helps I have been provided with the following formulas and need to find the correct lme4 code. I find this rather challenging and could not find a good example I could follow...perhaps you can help? , Something like this should work:
lmer(memscore ~ age + sex + sleep1 + sleep2 + (1 | visit) + (1 + sleep1 + sleep2 | subject), data = mydata)

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single level variables in mixed model (lme4) error in R

Tag : r , By : iyogee
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Try the kinship package, which is based on nlme. See this thread on r-sig-mixed-models for details.
For non-normal responses, you'd need to modify lme4 and the pedigreemm package; see this question for details.

Multi-level regression model on multiply imputed data set in R (Amelia, zelig, lme4)

Tag : r , By : Search Classroom
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I modified the summary function for this object (fetched the source and opened up ./R/summary.R file). I added some curly braces to make the code flow and changed a getcoef to coef. This should work for this particular case, but I'm not sure if it's general. Function getcoef searches for slot coef3, and I have never seen this. Perhaps @BenBolker can throw an eye here? I can't guarantee this is what the result looks like, but the output looks legit to me. Perhaps you could contact the package authors to correct this in the future version.
  Model: ls.mixed
  Number of multiply imputed data sets: 5 

Combined results:

zelig(formula = polity ~ 1 + tag(1 | country), model = "ls.mixed", 
    data = a.out$imputations)

        Value Std. Error   t-stat    p-value
[1,] 2.902863   1.311427 2.213515 0.02686218

For combined results from datasets i to j, use summary(x, subset = i:j).
For separate results, use print(summary(x), subset = i:j).
summary.MI <- function (object, subset = NULL, ...) {
  if (length(object) == 0) {
    stop('Invalid input for "subset"')
  } else {
    if (length(object) == 1) {

  # Roman: This function isn't fecthing coefficients robustly. Something goes wrong. Contact package author. 
  getcoef <- function(obj) {
    # S4
    if (!isS4(obj)) {
    } else {
      if ("coef3" %in% slotNames(obj)) {
      } else {

    res <- list()

    # Get indices
    subset <- if (is.null(subset)) {
    } else {

    # Compute the summary of all objects
    for (k in subset) {
      res[[k]] <- summary(object[[k]])

    # Answer
    ans <- list(
      zelig = object[[1]]$name,
      call = object[[1]]$result@call,
      all = res

    coef1 <- se1 <- NULL

    for (k in subset) {
#       tmp <-  getcoef(res[[k]]) # Roman: I changed this to coef, not 100% sure if the output is the same
      tmp <- coef(res[[k]])
      coef1 <- cbind(coef1, tmp[, 1])
      se1 <- cbind(se1, tmp[, 2])

    rows <- nrow(coef1)
    Q <- apply(coef1, 1, mean)
    U <- apply(se1^2, 1, mean)
    B <- apply((coef1-Q)^2, 1, sum)/(length(subset)-1)
    var <- U+(1+1/length(subset))*B
    nu <- (length(subset)-1)*(1+U/((1+1/length(subset))*B))^2

    coef.table <- matrix(NA, nrow = rows, ncol = 4)
    dimnames(coef.table) <- list(rownames(coef1),
                                 c("Value", "Std. Error", "t-stat", "p-value"))
    coef.table[,1] <- Q
    coef.table[,2] <- sqrt(var)
    coef.table[,3] <- Q/sqrt(var)
    coef.table[,4] <- pt(abs(Q/sqrt(var)), df=nu, lower.tail=F)*2
    ans$coefficients <- coef.table
    ans$cov.scaled <- ans$cov.unscaled <- NULL

    for (i in 1:length(ans)) {
      if (is.numeric(ans[[i]]) && !names(ans)[i] %in% c("coefficients")) {
        tmp <- NULL
        for (j in subset) {
          r <- res[[j]]
          tmp <- cbind(tmp, r[[pmatch(names(ans)[i], names(res[[j]]))]])
        ans[[i]] <- apply(tmp, 1, mean)

    class(ans) <- "summaryMI"

How do I code the individual in to an lme4 nested model?

Tag : r , By : arcadian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help As Roland says, if schoolnumber is categorical/a factor variable, then your first model should fail:
~ schoolnumber + (1 | schoolnumber/classnumber)
~ (1 | schoolnumber/classnumber) + (1|studentID)

Extract components from mixed model (lme4) formula

Tag : r , By : browe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM

Rewriting Mixed effects model formula from R (lme4) to Julia

Tag : r , By : damomurf
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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