Development version from Github:
devtools>= 1.6.1, and installs the "master" (development) branch.) This approach builds the package from source, i.e.
makeand compilers must be installed on your system -- see the R FAQ for your operating system; you may also need to install dependencies manually. Specify
build_vignettes=FALSEif you have trouble because your system is missing some of the
Usually up-to-date development binaries from
lme4 r-forge repository:
install.packages("lme4", repos=c("http://lme4.r-forge.r-project.org/repos", getOption("repos")[["CRAN"]]))
(these source and binary versions are updated manually, so may be out of date; if you believe they are, please contact the maintainers).
It is possible to install (but not easily to check)
lme4 at least as recently as 1.1-7.
--no-inst; this is necessary in order to prevent R from getting hung up by the
R CMD checkis difficult, but possible if you hand-copy the contents of the
instdirectory into the installed package directory ...
lme4.0is a maintained version of lme4 back compatible to CRAN versions of lme4 0.99xy, mainly for the purpose of reproducible research and data analysis which was done with 0.99xy versions of lme4.
lme4.0on R version 3.1; if someone has a specific reproducible example they'd like to donate, please contact the maintainers.
getME(<mod>, "..")which is compatible (as much as sensibly possible) with the current
lme4's version of
convert_old_lme4()function to take a fitted object created with
lme4<1.0 and convert it for use with
It currently resides on R-forge, and you should be able to install it with
install.packages("lme4.0", repos=c("http://lme4.r-forge.r-project.org/repos", getOption("repos")[["CRAN"]]))
(if the binary versions are out of date or unavailable for your system, please contact the maintainers).