Course, 21 and 22 June, Institute of Education LondonSophia Rabe-Hesketh will teach a two half-day course on "Multilevel and Longitudinal Modelling" in central London on 21 and 22 June, each day from 10am until 1pm. See below for details.
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Multilevel and Longitudinal Modelling21 and 22 June 2012, 10am-1pm
Institute of Education (near the British Museum)
Room G.20, 55-59 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0NU
The course introduces models for clustered data, such as students nested in schools, or repeated measures/panel waves nested in subjects. We start with linear random-intercept models for continuous responses before introducing random coefficients and higher levels of nesting. Logistic random effects models for dichotomous responses will be considered next. We will also briefly discuss alternative approaches such as fixed-effects models and generalized estimating equations. Examples will come from a variety of disciplines including social science and medicine. This course emphasizes understanding of multilevel and related models and interpretation of parameter estimates, but does not teach any particular software. Course participants should be familiar with linear and logistic regression.
Course feesThe course is free. Priority will be given to PhD students at the Institute of Education and at the Bloomsbury Doctoral Training Center for the Social Sciences
How to get thereThe course will be in room G.20, 55-59 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0NU. See Google map 55-59 Gordon Square is close to the main Institute of Education Building. Directions for the latter are given here
PresenterSophia Rabe-Hesketh (University of California at Berkeley and Institute of Education) has written several books and many papers and chapters on multilevel and longitudinal modeling; She has taught successful courses on these topics at the University of California at Berkeley and many short-courses worldwide.