The method for generalised nonlinear regression fits as obtained with mkinfit and mmkin checks if the degradation parameters pass the Wald test (in degradation kinetics often simply called t-test) for significant difference from zero. For this test, the parameterisation without parameter transformations is used.

```
illparms(object, ...)
# S3 method for mkinfit
illparms(object, conf.level = 0.95, ...)
# S3 method for mmkin
illparms(object, conf.level = 0.95, ...)
# S3 method for illparms.mmkin
print(x, ...)
# S3 method for saem.mmkin
illparms(object, conf.level = 0.95, random = TRUE, errmod = TRUE, ...)
# S3 method for mhmkin
illparms(object, conf.level = 0.95, random = TRUE, errmod = TRUE, ...)
# S3 method for illparms.mhmkin
print(x, ...)
```

- object
The object to investigate

- ...
For potential future extensions

- conf.level
The confidence level for checking p values

- x
The object to be printed

- random
For hierarchical fits, should random effects be tested?

- errmod
For hierarchical fits, should error model parameters be tested?

For mkinfit or saem objects, a character vector of parameter names. For mmkin or mhmkin objects, a matrix like object of class 'illparms.mmkin' or 'illparms.mhmkin'. The latter objects have a suitable printing method.

The method for hierarchical model fits, also known as nonlinear mixed-effects model fits as obtained with saem and mhmkin checks if any of the confidence intervals for the random effects expressed as standard deviations include zero, and if the confidence intervals for the error model parameters include zero.

```
fit <- mkinfit("FOMC", FOCUS_2006_A, quiet = TRUE)
illparms(fit)
#> [1] "parent_0" "alpha" "beta" "sigma"
# \dontrun{
fits <- mmkin(
c("SFO", "FOMC"),
list("FOCUS A" = FOCUS_2006_A,
"FOCUS C" = FOCUS_2006_C),
quiet = TRUE)
illparms(fits)
#> dataset
#> model FOCUS A FOCUS C
#> SFO
#> FOMC parent_0, alpha, beta, sigma
# }
```