Linear quantile mixed models

@article{Geraci2014LinearQM,
  title={Linear quantile mixed models},
  author={Marco Geraci and Matteo Bottai},
  journal={Statistics and Computing},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={461-479}
}
Dependent data arise in many studies. For example, children with the same parents or living in neighboring geographic areas tend to be more alike in many characteristics than individuals chosen at random from the population at large; observations taken repeatedly on the same individual are likely to be more similar than observations from different individuals. Frequently adopted sampling designs, such as cluster, multilevel, spatial, and repeated measures (or longitudinal or panel), may induce… CONTINUE READING
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