[R] AD-MB problem in package:glmmADMB

From: coldeyes.Rhelp <coldeyes.rhelp_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 10:25:18 -0400

Hi here,
i recently notice the software built by otter company know as AD-MB tools . i explore a little bit this tools under the R Package for mixed logistics model. it is a very interesting tool. but i get several questions.

first question: i tried the R code below, and have the error , i can run the code for switching the setting to impSamp=0 , it means i can only run the code under Laplace approximation but importance sampling. does anyone have same problem here ?

second question: although i used save.dir=NULL option , but i can not see the folder which saves the intermedia output, i didn't find the nbmm.std file which save the BLUP. the strangest thing is i can see a temporary folder name as _glmm_ADMB_temp_dir_ when programing is running , but this fold mysteriously disappeared after the programing done . searched the whole computer desn't find any clue.

I posted my output below.

I really appreciate if you can help me with the questions.

source("http://www.mi.uib.no/~skaug/cash/lesaffre_dat.s <http://www.mi.uib.no/%7Eskaug/cash/lesaffre_dat.s>") fit_glmmADMB_ip <- glmm.admb(y~treat,random=~1,group="subject",impSamp =100,data=lesaffre,family="binomial",link="logit",save.dir= NULL)

Initial statistics: 2 variables; iteration 0; function evaluation 0 Function value 1.5926934e+003; maximum gradient component mag 1.2500e+001 Var Value Gradient |Var Value Gradient |Var Value Gradient 1 0.0000 1.2500e+001 | 2 0.0000 6.2441e-001 |

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