How to manage longitudinal data with R?


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During the time that this blog has been running several posts about longitudinal data has been published. However, we have not talked yet about how we can deal with them with R. As we have discusse…

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

Once we have our data in an appropriate format, one of the first descriptive analysis to do is to get the empirical longitudinal variogram. The variogram allows us to check if within-subjects observations are related. In order to do that, we need to have the unbalanced data format and we will get it very easily by using the joineR variogram (although expect it to be a bit slow if you have a large dataset).

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