Local adaptation and genetic effects on fitness: Calculations for exponential family models with random effects

@inproceedings{Geyer2013LocalAA,
  title={Local adaptation and genetic effects on fitness: Calculations for exponential family models with random effects},
  author={Charles J. Geyer and Caroline Elizabeth Ridley and R. G. Latta and Julie R. Etterson and Ruth G. Shaw},
  year={2013}
}
Random effects are implemented for aster models using two approximations taken from Breslow and Clayton [J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 88 (1993) 9–25]. Random effects are analytically integrated out of the Laplace approximation to the complete data log likelihood, giving a closed-form expression for an approximate missing data log likelihood. Third and higher derivatives of the complete data log likelihood with respect to the random effects are ignored, giving a closedform expression for second… CONTINUE READING

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