BInary Longitudinal Data
Performs logistic regression for binary longitudinal
data, allowing for serial dependence among observations from a given
individual and a random intercept term. Estimation is via maximization
of the exact likelihood of a suitably defined model. Missing values and
unbalanced data are allowed, with some restrictions.
R package 'bild' News
2015-04-14, version 1.1-5:
- modification of title in DESCRIPTION;
- introduced a NEWS file.
- amended PDF manual.
2015-03-26, version 1.1-4:
- using 'meta' variable when reading the CITATION file.
2013-01-17, version 1.1-3:
- useDynLib directive introduced in the NAMESPACE.
2013-02-15, version 1.1-2:
- modification of bild funcion in order to allow the pattern of missing
data required for first order dependence structure that were included
in the pattern of missing data for second order dependence.
2012-09-22, version 1.1-1:
- modification of locust examples in order to be less time consuming.
2012-09-11, version 1.1:
- computation of ANOVA;
- introduced the option of the dependence structure of the model to be
independece with random intercept.
2012-02-01, version 1.0-4:
- modification of CITATION inserting the correct fields of version and number
of the JSS article related to bild;
- amended reference of JSS article in files bild.Rd and package-bild.Rd.
2012-01-28, version 1.0-3:
- Makevars removed in directory src;
- amended FORTRAN code in functions integ.f, integ1.f, gint.f and gint1.f.
2012-01-15, version 1.0-2:
- Makevars introduced in directory src.
2012-01-08, version 1.0-1:
- NAMESPACE introduced on request from R Core Team;
- amended FORTRAN code to comply with CRAN standards:
In directory src/ d1mach.c was created to substitute the existing d1mach.f
in order to fix a problem of showing ERRORs when compiled with the current
version of gcc, 4.6.2;
- CITATION include a new article of JSS related to bild;
- fixed a bug in bild function:
in directory R/bild.R change 'inherit' to 'inherits' in the argument
of both functions: num.info and num.infoI.
2010-06-06, version 1.0-0: first upload to CRAN.