[R-meta] Random slopes in rma.mv
Norman DAURELLE
norm@n@d@ure||e @end|ng |rom @grop@r|@tech@|r
Tue May 25 09:23:26 CEST 2021
Dear metanalysis community,
Francisco Tapia, Wolfgang Viechtbauer,
thanks for this exchange ! I do not always read everything, but this thread caught my eye and I'm very glad I didn't miss it.
So once again, thank you very much because it explains things I may not have been able to phrase as clearly.
Norman Daurelle.
De: "Wolfgang Viechtbauer, SP" <wolfgang.viechtbauer using maastrichtuniversity.nl>
�: "Francisco Tapia" <francisco.ninel using hotmail.com>, "r-sig-meta-analysis" <r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org>
Envoy�: Dimanche 23 Mai 2021 21:37:11
Objet: Re: [R-meta] Random slopes in rma.mv
Yes, -1 and +0 accomplish the same thing.
The || syntax does not currently work, but I recently added struct="GDIAG" to accomplish the same thing. I will probably try to implement || though and if this works then remove struct="GDIAG".
Best,
Wolfgang
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Francisco Tapia [mailto:francisco.ninel using hotmail.com]
>Sent: Sunday, 23 May, 2021 21:25
>To: Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP); r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org
>Subject: RE: Random slopes in rma.mv
>
>I thought adding 0 accounted for uncorrelated random intercept and slopes -> (~ X
>+ 0 | ID2), equivalently (~ X || ID2). From what you tell me, 0 and -1 would be
>analogous then.
>Regarding the last question, it was purely exploratory. I'll be applying profile()
>to test it out.
>
>Thanks Wolfgang!
>From: Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
>Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2021 3:11 PM
>To: Francisco Tapia; r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org
>Subject: RE: Random slopes in rma.mv
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: R-sig-meta-analysis [mailto:r-sig-meta-analysis-bounces using r-project.org] On
>>Behalf Of Francisco Tapia
>>Sent: Sunday, 23 May, 2021 20:33
>>To: r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org
>>Subject: Re: [R-meta] Random slopes in rma.mv
>>
>>Thanks for your answers Wolfgang. I'll clarify some points:
>>
>> 1. Indeed, the structure (~X | ID2/ID1) does not work. This point connected
>>with the 2nd one, as I wanted to know how to add the random slopes just for ID2.
>> 2. Could the following structure work in the same way?
>>
>>Random = list( ~ 1 | ID2, ID1, ~ X -1 | ID2) (Using the lmer syntax)
>
>I think you meant: list(~ 1 | ID2/ID1, ~ X -1 | ID2)
>
>You could do that too, but this implies that the random intercepts for ID2 are
>assumed to be uncorrelated with the random slopes for ID2. With
>
>list(~ 1 | interaction(ID2,ID1), ~ X | ID2)
>
>the random intercepts and slopes are allowed to be correlated.
>
>> 1. So sorry it wasn't clear enough. I meant:
>>
>>Level 1: Effect sizes.
>>
>>Level 2: ID1
>>
>>Level 3: ID2 and ID3
>>
>>Which translates to:
>>
>>ES / ID1 / (ID2 & ID3), therefore I would have the effect size Yi(jk), where the
>>i-eth outcome is crossed between ID2 and ID3, both at the same level 3.
>
>If you want to know if you could do something like random = list(~ x | ID2, ~ x |
>ID3), then yes, in principle that is possible. I don't know whether this makes
>sense in the context of your data or whether the parameters of such a model are
>identifiable (profile() can help to determine the latter).
>
>>Thanks again for your answers!
>>
>>Francisco Tapia
>>
>>From: Viechtbauer, Wolfgang
>>(SP)<mailto:wolfgang.viechtbauer using maastrichtuniversity.nl>
>>Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2021 12:45 PM
>>To: Francisco Tapia<mailto:Francisco.ninel using hotmail.com>; r-sig-meta-analysis using r-
>>project.org<mailto:r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org>
>>Subject: RE: Random slopes in rma.mv
>>
>>Dear Francisco,
>>
>>See below for my responses.
>>
>>Best,
>>Wolfgang
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: R-sig-meta-analysis [mailto:r-sig-meta-analysis-bounces using r-project.org] On
>>>Behalf Of Francisco Tapia
>>>Sent: Thursday, 20 May, 2021 18:29
>>>To: r-sig-meta-analysis using r-project.org
>>>Subject: [R-meta] Random slopes in rma.mv
>>>
>>>Dear metanalysis community:
>>>
>>>A couple of days ago, Wolfgang provided me the information to add random slopes
>>to
>>>rma.mv, from the metafor package
>>>(https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/524144/random-slopes-in-rma-mv)
>>>
>>>By changing the struct to "GEN", I can now add random to my multilevel model. As
>>>the documentation is not up yet, I wanted to check some things regarding
>syntaxis
>>>of the code and the logic behind it:
>>>
>>> 1. If I have ID1 nested within ID2, my structure of random effects would be:
>(
>>>~ 1 | ID2/ID1) for random intercepts. If I want to add random slopes to ID2,
>>>Should I do it in another random effect? For example, If I add random slopes to
>(
>>>~ 1 | ID2/ID1), therefore -> ( ~ X | ID2/ID1), I'll be adding random slopes for
>>>each level of ID1 within ID2, and for ID2 as well. Should I leave ( ~ 1 |
>>>ID2/ID1) alone and create another random effect to add random slopes just for
>>ID2?
>>
>>~ X | ID2/ID1 doesn't work anyway (you should get an error if you try, at least
>if
>>you have the 'devel' version installed).
>>
>>> 2. If I create another random effect to add random slopes to ID2, for
>example,
>>>(~ X | ID2), Would I be adding another random intercept for ID2? If so, How, an
>>>unnecessary intercept, can affect my model? I cannot see it very clearly
>>
>>Yes, you would be adding random intercepts for each level of ID2 twice. I would
>>avoid doing so. You could do:
>>
>>random = list(~ 1 | interaction(ID2,ID1), ~ X | ID2), struct="GEN"
>>
>>to add random intercepts for each ID2-ID1 combination (i.e., for ID1 nested
>within
>>ID2) and random intercepts and slopes for each level of ID2.
>>
>>> 3. If I have a crossed random effect at the same level as ID2, let's say (~ 1
>>>|ID3) for random intercepts. Can both of them, ID2 and ID3, have different
>random
>>>slopes structure from each other, despite being in the same level?
>>
>>I don't understand what you mean by ID3 being 'at the same level' as ID2.
>>
>>>Thanks in advance!
>>>
>>>Francisco Tapia
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