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I have got a variable which I want to analyse using a GZLMM with binomial distribution as the variable is coded as yes/no(1/0). However, there are a lot of zeros and not many 1's.I was hoping to account for this using a zero inflated model but I wasn't sure if this was appropriate as I can only seem to find zero inflated models for continuous variables.

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