Random-effects models for multivariate repeated measures.


Mixed models are widely used for the analysis of one repeatedly measured outcome. If more than one outcome is present, a mixed model can be used for each one. These separate models can be tied together into a multivariate mixed model by specifying a joint distribution for their random effects. This strategy has been used for joining multivariate… (More)


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