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In the golden age of ancient Chinese philosophy, Gung-sun Lung Tsu was the one of the only thinkers, and certainly the most important, to discuss topics pertaining to logic and epistemology.


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answered How can I avoid misidentification of a exponential distribution as Gamma or Weibull?
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comment How can I avoid misidentification of a exponential distribution as Gamma or Weibull?
Hmmm, I haven't even looked at the code, but if that's all you want I can turn that into an official answer.
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comment How can I avoid misidentification of a exponential distribution as Gamma or Weibull?
If you aren't taking that into account, then no. A more flexible model (distribution, here) will always fit better than a less flexible model irrespective of the fact that the latter is correct.
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comment How can I avoid misidentification of a exponential distribution as Gamma or Weibull?
Note that the exponential is a special case of the Weibull, which is more flexible & would be able to better fit any exponential data despite its exponentiality (is that a word?). Are you taking that fact into account? If not, that may be (part of) the answer.
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comment How can I avoid misidentification of a exponential distribution as Gamma or Weibull?
Can you link to the Stack Overflow thread w/ the complete code?
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comment NAs returned when applying r.squaredGLMM
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about how to use R without a reproducible example.
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comment NAs returned when applying r.squaredGLMM
Please add a reproducible example for people to work with.
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