Multilevel mixed linear model analysis using iterative generalized least squares

@inproceedings{Goldstein2005MultilevelML,
  title={Multilevel mixed linear model analysis using iterative generalized least squares},
  author={Harvey Goldstein},
  year={2005}
}
In the social and other sciences, data are often structured hierarchically. Thus, for example, workers are grouped into workplaces, individuals into households, animals into litters, and subjects can be studied repeatedly, so giving rise to measurements grouped within individuals. It has long been recognized that the existence of such 'clustering' presents particular problems of model specification due to lack of independence between measurements, and techniques for dealing with these have been… CONTINUE READING
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