getting decimals [R for BE/BA]

posted by ElMaestro  – Denmark, 2010-06-03 05:21 (4157 d 19:03 ago) – Posting: # 5419
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Ahoy d_labes,

there was still some low hanging fruit to pick in this old thread...

» >getVarCov(model2)
» G matrix
» Random effects variance covariance matrix
»           tmtR      tmtT
» tmtR 0.0222050 0.0027286
» tmtT 0.0027286 0.0149240
»   Standard Deviations: 0.14901 0.12216
(and blah)
» Random effects:
» Formula: ~tmt - 1 | subject
» Structure: General positive-definite, Log-Cholesky parametrization
»          StdDev     Corr
» tmtR     0.14901302 tmtR
» tmtT     0.12216340 0.15 any body out there who knows how to get
» more decimals here?

Corr(A,B)=cov(A,B)/sqrt(Var(A)*Var(B))
Here = 0.0027286/(sqrt(0.0222050*0.0149240)), I guess the object returned by getVarCov() contains all the further decimals anyone can dream of.

Best regards
EM.

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