Classic interaction effect of brms output

  • Operating System: Win10
  • brms Version: 2.8.0

[Perhaps this was asked before, but I cannot find it.]

I was just wondering if it is possible to extract a classic ANOVA table using brms?

e.g, m = lme4::lmer(Y ~ X1*X2),
anova(m) will return the classic ANOVA table - the omnibus main effects and interaction.

But anova() does not seem to support brms. Is there a work around? Or, could I derive the anova table based on summary(m) or its brms equivalent?

Many thanks!

I am not sure if I am a fan of those tables to be honest but I think that the stan_aov function of the rstanarm package could have what you want (or something close to it, that is without the frequentist stuff).