Random Regression in R

#1
I am a student. I have some knowledge of mixed regression models. I would like to implement Random Regression in R. I found "Random Regression Models" by Schaeffer (http://animalbiosciences.uoguelph.ca/~lrs/BOOKS/rrmbook.pdf) helpful. I have also read "MCMCglmm Course Notes" by Jarrod Hadfield (https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/MCMCglmm/vignettes/CourseNotes.pdf) Chapter 4 discusses random regression.
My questions: Is "Random Regression" know by a different name, can anybody suggest a good fundamental learning resource that covers this? Preferable a text-book or tutorial type resource.
Thanks Greg
 

hlsmith

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#2
Random "effects" regression is also known as multilevel models or hierarchical models. Depending on your data structure it can also be referred to as repeated measures analysis. It all depends on the field.
 
#3
Random "effects" regression is also known as multilevel models or hierarchical models. Depending on your data structure it can also be referred to as repeated measures analysis. It all depends on the field.
Thank you - this confirms another source which said "The common name is mixed model. If you search mixed model, maybe you can get what you want."
 

hlsmith

Not a robit
#4
I am more of a fan of using terms multilevel models or random effects. In the social sciences mixed effects can mean quantitative and qualitative analyses conducted together to address a question.