Multivariate Mixture Models to Describe Longitudinal Patterns of Frailty in American Seniors

@inproceedings{Connor2006MultivariateMM,
  title={Multivariate Mixture Models to Describe Longitudinal Patterns of Frailty in American Seniors},
  author={Jason Connor},
  year={2006}
}
Large, longitudinal, multivariate population surveys are increasingly common. Many analytic methods inspect changing rates of individual outcomes but ignore heterogeneous subpopulations that may exist. In this document I propose two analytical methods which extend group-based trajectory models to multivariate outcomes. I use group-based longitudinal finite mixture models (i.e., developmental trajectory models) to identify and describe latent subpopulations for the multivariate outcomes of… CONTINUE READING

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