KrisBae
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How do I interpret my multiple linear regression with interaction results in RStudio?
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These outputs are by default expressed versus a reference category (in this case: LAT). "Depth" is, I guess, processed as a continuous rather than a categorical variable. The "SideMed&...

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interpreting intercept in lme4 when having within and between subjects variables and interaction
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Which averages are you comparing, exactly? More specifically, with which Reputation values? Assuming free viewing is the reference condition, I think the answer may be in the interaction term: for ...

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Interpretation of emmeans table
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A comprehensive overview van be found here: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/emmeans/vignettes/interactions.html Calling emmeans(Model, simple = "each") will give you a ...

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Subject-specific estimates in a lmer model?
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The broom (broom.mixed) package allows you to automatically compute the subject-specific predictions with the augment function (fm_augmented <- broom.mixed::augment(fm).) Edit in function of your ...

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Inference for overall population parameters with multilevel models
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Generally speaking, it is no problem to get 'overall' parameters using mixed models. Typically, in this case I think you would take up the regions as a random effect and the overall predictor ...

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