How do I extract coefficient standard errors /CI for a "coxme" model

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How do I extract coefficient standard errors /CI for a "coxme" model

dunner
Hello, and thanks for your time I'm trying to extract standard errors to produce confidence intervals from a multivariable coxme model object so I can write a function that will print a summary for some reproducible research. As far as I can glean, the SE is produced on-the-fly by the print method. I'll dig into the source code if I have to, but I'd rather not have to. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks Ross
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Re: How do I extract coefficient standard errors /CI for a "coxme" model

David Winsemius

On Jun 30, 2012, at 8:33 AM, dunner wrote:

> Hello, and thanks for your time
>
> I'm trying to extract standard errors to produce confidence  
> intervals from a
> multivariable coxme  model object  so I can write a function that  
> will print
> a summary for some reproducible research. As far as I can glean, the  
> SE is
> produced on-the-fly by the print method. I'll dig into the source  
> code if I
> have to, but I'd rather not have to.

Have you tried:

sqrt(vcov(rfit))

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David Winsemius, MD
West Hartford, CT

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