[R] R-squared in mixed-effects models

From: Richard Gunton <bgyrg_at_leeds.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2007 22:32:10 +0100

Hello,

I'm fitting general linear models using the function lme() from the package nlme. My variables include a number of covariates and a single random factor, because the experiment was laid out in blocks. I'd like to have a statistic to measure the "proportion of explained variance" from my models. With ordinary multiple regression I'd use R-squared, but I can't find any similar items in the output from lme(). Does anyone know something I can use in these or any other package?

Thanks,

Richard.

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