A robust function to compute the log-likelihood of a model, as well as
individual log-likelihoods (for each observation) whenever possible. Can be
used as a replacement for `stats::logLik()`

out of the box, as the
returned object is of the same class (and it gives the same results by
default).

## Usage

```
get_loglikelihood(x, ...)
loglikelihood(x, ...)
# S3 method for lm
get_loglikelihood(
x,
estimator = "ML",
REML = FALSE,
check_response = FALSE,
verbose = TRUE,
...
)
```

## Arguments

- x
A model.

- ...
Passed down to

`logLik()`

, if possible.- estimator
Corresponds to the different estimators for the standard deviation of the errors. If

`estimator="ML"`

(default), the scaling is done by n (the biased ML estimator), which is then equivalent to using`stats::logLik()`

. If`estimator="OLS"`

, it returns the unbiased OLS estimator.`estimator="REML"`

will give same results as`logLik(..., REML=TRUE)`

.- REML
Only for linear models. This argument is present for compatibility with

`stats::logLik()`

. Setting it to`TRUE`

will overwrite the`estimator`

argument and is thus equivalent to setting`estimator="REML"`

. It will give the same results as`stats::logLik(..., REML=TRUE)`

. Note that individual log-likelihoods are not available under REML.- check_response
Logical, if

`TRUE`

, checks if the response variable is transformed (like`log()`

or`sqrt()`

), and if so, returns a corrected log-likelihood. To get back to the original scale, the likelihood of the model is multiplied by the Jacobian/derivative of the transformation.- verbose
Toggle warnings and messages.

## Value

An object of class `"logLik"`

, also containing the
log-likelihoods for each observation as a `per_observation`

attribute
(`attributes(get_loglikelihood(x))$per_observation`

) when possible.
The code was partly inspired from the **nonnest2** package.

## Examples

```
x <- lm(Sepal.Length ~ Petal.Width + Species, data = iris)
get_loglikelihood(x, estimator = "ML") # Equivalent to stats::logLik(x)
#> 'log Lik.' -101.0339 (df=5)
get_loglikelihood(x, estimator = "REML") # Equivalent to stats::logLik(x, REML=TRUE)
#> 'log Lik.' -107.0896 (df=5)
get_loglikelihood(x, estimator = "OLS")
#> 'log Lik.' -101.0611 (df=5)
```