Multi-level Modeling (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
- Mark Tranmer, University of Glasgow
This workshop will begin by examining the basics of a two-level model. From there we will proceed to the analysis of other hierarchical structures with several levels and then onto complex non-hierarchical population structures: including cross-classified and multiple membership models. Finally, we look at examples for the use of multilevel models with longitudinal data. Throughout the course we will use examples based on substantive research questions, and will include hands-on computing sessions to practice the application of the various approaches.
SoftwareThe main software used is R, including the use of MLwiN and WinBUGS with R.
Fee: Members = $1500; Non-members = $2800
Location: University of Glasgow -- Glasgow, Scotland
Date(s): August 21 - August 23
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM