Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 07:47:14 -0400
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From: student statistics <student.statistics@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Formula for CI in glimmix
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I have a simple question on what is the formula for the prediction
confidance intervals in glimmix?
Will appreciate any guidance on this.
On Apr 18, 2012 6:42 PM, "Talbot Michael Katz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just heard about this new open source language called Julia
> (http://julialang.org/) that's receiving some buzz because it's a dynamic
> language, designed for parallelism and cloud computing, with performance
> similar to static languages like C/C++. It's not structurally like SAS,
> more like Matlab or R, but I thought it might still appeal to some of the
> SAS crowd who like to check out open source tools. It seems to be
> available currently only for UNIX / Linux / OS X, although I saw some
> indication in an unrelated blog post that it might be available soon on
> Windows. I haven't tried it yet (I'm pretty much stuck in Windows for
> now), but I'd be curious to find out anyone else's impressions.
> -- TMK --
> "The Macro Klutz"