Partitioning variation in multilevel models

@inproceedings{Goldstein2002PartitioningVI,
  title={Partitioning variation in multilevel models},
  author={Harvey Goldstein and William J. Browne and Jon Rasbash},
  year={2002}
}
In multilevel modelling, the residual variation in a response variable is split into component parts that are attributed to various levels. In applied work, much use is made of the percentage of variation that is attributable to the higher-level sources of variation. Such a measure however only makes sense in simple variance components Normal response models where it is often referred to as the ‘intra-unit correlation’. In this paper we describe how similar measures can be found for both more… CONTINUE READING
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