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Center for Statistical Training & Consulting Workshop: Multi-Level Modeling  (Conferences / Seminars / Lectures)

This workshop, presented by Dr. Tenko Raykov, is a follow up of introductory workshops on multilevel (hierarchical) modeling that CSTAT has offered on a few occasions in the past. The workshop begins with outlining a method for interval estimation of the intraclass correlation coefficient, a highly informative index in decisions whether to proceed with two-level modeling at all versus conventional single-level modeling. A method extension is then described, which addresses the related issue whether one could use popular and easier to interpret two-level models rather than a three-level modeling approach, in an empirical setting with clustered data. Multilevel methods for analyzing longitudinal data are then discussed. At the software level, the latent variable modeling programs Mplus and LISREL are utilized. (Free of charge versions of these software are available, which can be used for accomplishing the goals of the workshop, and can be downloaded from and, respectively.) Throughout the workshop, data examples are used to illustrate the discussed methods.

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Location: 106B Wells Hall [map]
Price: Free to Graduate Students, Faculty and Research Staff
Sponsor: public
Contact: Brian Silver
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