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11-18-2009 08:12 PM

Hi all.

How can I obtain R square in proc mixed or maybe something similar such that I can use in order to know how much variability is explained by the mixed model?

Have a good day. Many thanks in advance.

How can I obtain R square in proc mixed or maybe something similar such that I can use in order to know how much variability is explained by the mixed model?

Have a good day. Many thanks in advance.

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07-06-2017
08:56 AM

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Posted in reply to TravisTCU

12-03-2014 02:18 PM

Run the full model and get the variance component estimates. Then run the model again (with no fixed effects, which is the intercept only model), but specify the variance component(s) in a PARMS statement, and use the hold= option to fix them at the same values.

Steve Denham

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Posted in reply to wong

11-19-2009 04:08 PM

I responded to this thread on the SAS-L listserv. Rather than repeating that here, I'll just post a link to my response on SAS-L.

http://listserv.uga.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0911c&L=sas-l&F=&S=&P=37753

Dale

http://listserv.uga.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0911c&L=sas-l&F=&S=&P=37753

Dale

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Posted in reply to Dale

08-13-2014 06:58 PM

I'm trying to access the response to this question as I have the same one, however, the link does not work. Could someone answer it here or help direct to the answer? Thanks.

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Posted in reply to Cwinds

08-13-2014 10:16 PM

There have been several discussions of this on this site. There is no unambiguous or unique R2 where then are multiple random effects. But there are some possible metrics that have been used.

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08-14-2014 08:13 AM

Here is a more recent link to Dale McLerran's post in the SAS-L archives:

Steve Denham

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Posted in reply to SteveDenham

12-02-2014 07:24 PM

Thanks for posting this link, Steve. It seems very helpful. I'm a novice SAS user; could provide some instruction on how to constrain the random effect variance for the intercept only model to be the same as the variance which you observe when

fitting the full model, as instructed in the link?

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Posted in reply to TravisTCU

12-03-2014 02:18 PM

Run the full model and get the variance component estimates. Then run the model again (with no fixed effects, which is the intercept only model), but specify the variance component(s) in a PARMS statement, and use the hold= option to fix them at the same values.

Steve Denham