Compute R2 for Bayesian models. For mixed models (including a
random part), it additionally computes the R2 related to the fixed effects
only (marginal R2). While `r2_bayes()`

returns a single R2 value,
`r2_posterior()`

returns a posterior sample of Bayesian R2 values.

## Usage

```
r2_bayes(model, robust = TRUE, ci = 0.95, verbose = TRUE, ...)
r2_posterior(model, ...)
# S3 method for brmsfit
r2_posterior(model, verbose = TRUE, ...)
# S3 method for stanreg
r2_posterior(model, verbose = TRUE, ...)
# S3 method for BFBayesFactor
r2_posterior(model, average = FALSE, prior_odds = NULL, verbose = TRUE, ...)
```

## Arguments

- model
A Bayesian regression model (from

**brms**,**rstanarm**,**BayesFactor**, etc).- robust
Logical, if

`TRUE`

, the median instead of mean is used to calculate the central tendency of the variances.- ci
Value or vector of probability of the CI (between 0 and 1) to be estimated.

- verbose
Toggle off warnings.

- ...
Arguments passed to

`r2_posterior()`

.- average
Compute model-averaged index? See

`bayestestR::weighted_posteriors()`

.- prior_odds
Optional vector of prior odds for the models compared to the first model (or the denominator, for

`BFBayesFactor`

objects). For`data.frame`

s, this will be used as the basis of weighting.

## Value

A list with the Bayesian R2 value. For mixed models, a list with the Bayesian R2 value and the marginal Bayesian R2 value. The standard errors and credible intervals for the R2 values are saved as attributes.

## Details

`r2_bayes()`

returns an "unadjusted" R2 value. See
`r2_loo()`

to calculate a LOO-adjusted R2, which comes
conceptually closer to an adjusted R2 measure.

For mixed models, the conditional and marginal R2 are returned. The marginal R2 considers only the variance of the fixed effects, while the conditional R2 takes both the fixed and random effects into account.

`r2_posterior()`

is the actual workhorse for `r2_bayes()`

and
returns a posterior sample of Bayesian R2 values.

## References

Gelman, A., Goodrich, B., Gabry, J., and Vehtari, A. (2018). R-squared for Bayesian regression models. The American Statistician, 1–6. doi:10.1080/00031305.2018.1549100

## Examples

```
library(performance)
# \donttest{
model <- suppressWarnings(rstanarm::stan_glm(
mpg ~ wt + cyl,
data = mtcars,
chains = 1,
iter = 500,
refresh = 0,
show_messages = FALSE
))
r2_bayes(model)
#> # Bayesian R2 with Compatibility Interval
#>
#> Conditional R2: 0.811 (95% CI [0.681, 0.884])
model <- suppressWarnings(rstanarm::stan_lmer(
Petal.Length ~ Petal.Width + (1 | Species),
data = iris,
chains = 1,
iter = 500,
refresh = 0
))
r2_bayes(model)
#> # Bayesian R2 with Compatibility Interval
#>
#> Conditional R2: 0.953 (95% CI [0.944, 0.963])
#> Marginal R2: 0.826 (95% CI [0.721, 0.885])
# }
# \donttest{
model <- suppressWarnings(brms::brm(
mpg ~ wt + cyl,
data = mtcars,
silent = 2,
refresh = 0
))
r2_bayes(model)
#> # Bayesian R2 with Compatibility Interval
#>
#> Conditional R2: 0.826 (95% CI [0.757, 0.855])
model <- suppressWarnings(brms::brm(
Petal.Length ~ Petal.Width + (1 | Species),
data = iris,
silent = 2,
refresh = 0
))
r2_bayes(model)
#> # Bayesian R2 with Compatibility Interval
#>
#> Conditional R2: 0.954 (95% CI [0.951, 0.957])
#> Marginal R2: 0.382 (95% CI [0.177, 0.605])
# }
```