This function calls the `gee`

function from the `gee`

package, then applies the `geeUOmega`

function to it to create a score matrix
(i.e., estimating equation) and information array (i.e., minus the derivative of the estimating equation).
Since the `mgee`

function just calls the `gee`

function all help for `gee`

applies to `mgee`

.

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`formula` |
see gee help |

`id` |
see gee help |

`data` |
see gee help |

`subset` |
see gee help |

`na.action` |
see gee help |

`R` |
see gee help |

`b` |
see gee help |

`tol` |
see gee help |

`maxiter` |
see gee help |

`family` |
see gee help |

`corstr` |
see gee help |

`Mv` |
see gee help |

`silent` |
see gee help |

`contrasts` |
see gee help |

`scale.fix` |
see gee help |

`scale.value` |
see gee help |

`v4.4compat` |
see gee help |

A gee object with two extra elements to the list, u and omega (see `saws`

).

You can alternatively take the output from `gee`

and apply the `geeUOmega`

function. But see the warning for that function.

last few lines by M.P. Fay, for the rest see `gee`

package DESCRIPTION

`gee`

, `geeUOmega`

1 2 3 4 | ```
## example from gee help
data(warpbreaks)
mout<-mgee(breaks~tension,id=wool,data=warpbreaks,corstr="exchangeable")
saws(mout)
``` |

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