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Feb 6, 2020
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Feature of the week #76: Calculate EBEs for a new data set using an existing model

Population parameters estimation is an obligatory task and has to run before any other task. But sometimes we want to use an existing model on a new data set and the (re-)estimation of population parameters has to be skipped. For example, when a model is fitted on a dense data set and a new data set is sparse. This video explains step-by-step how to skip the SAEM optimization and use population parameters of an existing model to calculate EBEs of individuals from another data set.

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