On Wednesday November 10th we had an excellent day on multilevel modelling. Harvey Goldstein, the ‘father of multilevel modelling’ in the UK, gave an introductory talk that provided a historical context for the methods and also an indication of future developments. At the end of the day he introduced the resources available on-line from The Centre for Multilevel Modelling (CMM) at the University of Bristol.
Anyone using statistical analysis should visit the learning materials on this web-site. there is something for everyone. Under the Learning section of the web-site: http://www.cmm.bristol.ac.uk/learning-training/index.shtml – there are seven detailed models starting with basics and moving onto various kinds of multilevel models for continuous and binary responses. The module headings are listed, below:
There are also downloadable materials from workshops, a set of FAQs, information about obtaining free software and much more. Most of the materials have been developed with ESRC funding.
These materials are being very widely used around the world. There is no charge for access. Simply register on-line by providing your name and a password.
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