Does anyone know a way to produce a nice publication quality LaTeX table from an lme4 `mer` object? Neither the `xtable` method (package `xtable`) nor the `latex` method (package `Hmisc`) know how to deal with `mer` objects.
For example, given this fit:
fm1 <- lmer(Reaction ~ Days + (Days|Subject), sleepstudy)
Are there any options for producing a nice LaTeX table of the coefficient estimates for both the fixed and random effects?
Because this is somewhat buried in the comment threads below, note that a community wiki is in development for R LaTeX tables: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5465314/tools-for-making-latex-tables-in-r xtable can take matrices and data frames as input. Why don't you just extract your quantities of interest from the model and feed them to xtable as a matrix? Alternatively, try apsrtable. It has a good extension system which makes it easy to add new models.
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