Linear Quantile Mixed Effects Models
Dependent data arise in studies with a cluster, multilevel, spatial, and repeated measures sampling designs. Linear quantile mixed effect models can estimate conditional quantile functions with dependent data by including multiple random effects. The approach is based on the maximization of an asymmetric Laplace likelihood.
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Geraci M, Bottai M. Linear quantile mixed models. Stat Comp, 2014, 24:461-479.
Download with the following Stata commands:
net from http://www.imm.ki.se/biostatistics/stata net install xtqreg, replaceThe xtreg command is a beta version.
Download the "lqmm" R package.
September 27, 2013
Linear quantile mixed-effects models
Stata Users Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden
August 16, 2011
lqmm: estimating quantile regression models for independent and hierarchical data with R
R Users Conference, Coventry, UK
De Luca F, Boccuzzo G. What do healthcare workers know about sudden infant death syndrome?: the results of the Italian campaign "GenitoriPiu". J Royal Stat Soc, A, 2014, 177:63-82.
Kippler M, Tofail F, Gardner R, Rahman A, Hamadani JD, Bottai M, Vahter M. Maternal cadmium exposure during pregnancy and size at birth: a prospective cohort study. Environ Health Perspectives, 2012, 120(2):284-9
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