JR_est: JR Method

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also

View source: R/three_methods.r

Description

Fit a model using the JR method

Usage

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JR_est(x, y, I, sec, mat, school, section, rprpair = "hl-disp",
  verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

x

Covariate matrix or data frame

y

Response matrix or data frame

I

Number of clusters.

sec

A vector of subcluster numbers in clusters.

mat

A matrix of numbers of observations in subclusters. Dimension is Ixmax(number ofsubclusters). Each row indicates one cluster. mat here~~

school

A vector of clusters, nx1.

section

A vector of subclusters, nx1.

rprpair

By default, it uses "hl-disp" in the random prediction procedure (RPP). Also, "med-mad" would be an alternative.

verbose

Boolean indicating whether to print out diagnostic messages.

Value

theta

Fixed effect estimates.

ses

Standard error for the fixed esimates.

sigma

Covariate variance estimates using RPP (Groggel and Dubnicka's procedure).

ehat

Raw error.

effect_sch

Cluster random error.

effect_sec

Subcluster random error.

effect_err

Epsilon error.

Author(s)

Yusuf Bilgic

See Also

rlme


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