Longitudinal Data Analysis Examples with Random Coefficient Models

@inproceedings{Rogosa2004LongitudinalDA,
  title={Longitudinal Data Analysis Examples with Random Coefficient Models},
  author={David Rogosa and Hilary Saner},
  year={2004}
}
Longitudinal panel data examples are used to illustrate estimation methods for individual growth curve models. These examples constitute one of the basic multilevel analysis settings, and they are used to illustrate issues and concerns in the application of hierarchical modeling estimation methods, specifically the widely-advertised HLM procedures of Bryk and Raudenbush. One main expository purpose is to "demystify" these kind of analyses by showing equivalences with simpler approaches. Perhaps… CONTINUE READING

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