[R] lme: subject-specific slopes.

John Sorkin jsorkin at grecc.umaryland.edu
Tue Dec 4 16:38:30 CET 2012

I am running a random intercept random slope regression:
fitRIRT <- lme(echogen~time,random=~  1+time|subject,data=repeatdata,na.action=na.omit)
I would like to get the subject-specific slopes, i.e. the slope that the model computes for each subject. If I have 10-subjects I should have 10-slopes. I don't see the slope when I look at the items listed in 
nor when I look at the items listed in 

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