Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

This function runs a mixed effect ANOVA.

1 2 3 | ```
runMultiGen(Data, TreatVar = "", ResponVar = "",
RepVar = "Not Used", TimeVar = "Not Used",
Path, TestDirection = "Descending",alpha=0.05)
``` |

`Data` |
A data set. |

`TreatVar` |
Name (as a string) of the treatment variable. |

`ResponVar` |
Name (as a string) of the response variable. |

`RepVar` |
Name (as a string) of the replicate variable. |

`TimeVar` |
Name (as a string) of the time variable. |

`Path` |
Path indicates the type of mixed effects analysis performed. Use Path = 2 for Time (Repeated Measures) and Path = 3 Group - Replicate (Mixed Effects). |

`TestDirection` |
Indicates the test direction. This can be c('Both', 'Descending', 'Ascending'). |

`alpha` |
Alpha level used in calculating confidence intervals. |

This is mostly a wrapper function for `nlme`

from the nlme package and `glht`

from the multcomp package.

Returns a list with the following items:

`Anova.Table` |
An ANOVA table see |

`MainEffects` |
A table of main effect, see |

`FreqTable` |
A table of frequencies of occurrences for every sub group in the data set. |

`Lmm` |
A nlme class data structure from |

`ShapiroTest` |
The results from a Shapiro-Wilks test. See |

Joe Swintek

Pinheiro, J.C., and Bates, D.M. (2000) Mixed-Effects Models in S and S-PLUS, Springer

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | ```
#Data
data(lengthWeightData)
#Subset the data
SubData<-lengthWeightData[lengthWeightData$Age=='8 week', ]
SubData<-SubData[SubData$Generation=='F1', ]
SubData<-SubData[SubData$SEX=='M', ]
#Run
runMultiGen(Data=SubData, TreatVar = "Treatment",
ResponVar = "WEIGHT", RepVar = 'Replicate', TimeVar = "Not Used",
Path=3, TestDirection = "Descending")
``` |

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