two_level: A dataset simulated from a two-level model

Description Usage Format Examples

Description

A dataset simulated from a two-level model

Usage

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Format

An object of class list of length 3.

Examples

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# Fit a two-level model with the Laplace approximation to the likelihood
(mod_Laplace <- glmm(response ~ covariate + (1 | cluster), data = two_level,
                     family = binomial, method = "Laplace"))

# or with adaptive Gaussian quadrature
(mod_AGQ <- glmm(response ~ covariate + (1 | cluster), data = two_level,
                 family = binomial, method = "AGQ", control = list(nAGQ = 15)))

# or with the Sequential Reduction approximation
(mod_SR <- glmm(response ~ covariate + (1 | cluster), data = two_level,
                family = binomial, method = "SR", control = list(nSL = 3)))

# in a two-level model, method = "SR" is equivalent to method = "AGQ" with
# nAGQ = 2^(nSL+1) - 1

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