Date(s) - 04/07/2017 - 04/08/2017
This two-day seminar taught by Dr. Tenko Raykov provides a thorough introduction to multilevel modeling, a statistical framework that accounts for the nesting effect and avoids these problems, as well as those associated with earlier methods of aggregation and disaggregation. Throughout the seminar, many empirical examples are drawn from the behavioral, clinical, educational and economic disciplines. The popular software package Stata is used for all the examples, along with a detailed discussion of the command syntax and interpretation of the output.
Multilevel Modeling, produced by Statistical Horizons, LLC, takes place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The fee of $995 covers all course materials. The early registration fee of $895 is available until March 7. To register or for more information, click here.