LMERConvenienceFunctions: A suite of functions to back-fit fixed effects and forward-fit random effects, as well as other miscellaneous functions

Functions to back-fit fixed effects (on F or t values as well as log-likelihood ratio testing (llrt), AIC, BIC, relLik.AIC or relLik.BIC) and to forward-fit random effects (using log-likelihood ratio testing). NOTE that the back- and forward-fitting of generalized linear mixed-effects regression (glmer) models is now supported by functions “bfFixefLMER_t.fnc” and “ffRanefLMER.fnc”. The package also includes a function to compute ANOVAs with upper- and lower-bound p-values (anti-conservative and conservative, respectively), a function to graph model criticism plots, functions to trim data on model residuals or on a response variable (per subject), a function to perform posthoc analyses (with or without MCMC p-values), a function to generate summaries of mcposthoc objects, a function to generate (dynamic) 3d plots of (i) predicted values of an LMER model for interactions between two numeric variables,(ii) the raw data as a function of two numeric variable, and (iii) kernel density estimates (densities) of two numeric variables, and finally a function to calculate the relative log-likelihood between two models. Also, as of version 2.4, the package gains function “plotLMER.fnc” (revived from archived package “languageR”).

Version: 2.5
Depends: Matrix, lme4
Suggests: LCFdata, rgl, fields, mgcv, parallel
Published: 2013-12-14
Author: Antoine Tremblay, Dalhousie University, and Johannes Ransijn, University of Copenhagen
Maintainer: "Antoine Tremblay, Dalhousie University" <trea26 at gmail.com>
License: GPL-2
NeedsCompilation: no
Materials: NEWS
CRAN checks: LMERConvenienceFunctions results

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Reference manual: LMERConvenienceFunctions.pdf
Package source: LMERConvenienceFunctions_2.5.tar.gz
MacOS X binary: LMERConvenienceFunctions_2.5.tgz
Windows binary: LMERConvenienceFunctions_2.5.zip
Old sources: LMERConvenienceFunctions archive