Date(s) - 11/10/2017 - 11/11/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Statistical Horizons is hosting a two day seminar on Intensive Longitudinal Methods. The seminar plans to teach how to analyze intensive longitudinal data by way of mixed models, also known as multilevel or hierarchical linear models. The course begins with the basic 2- and 3-level model, and then proceeds to more extended uses of these models. Other topics covered include: random intercepts 2- and 3-level mixed models with observations nested within days and days within subjects, or observations within waves and waves within subjects; estimating descriptive statistics for time-varying variables in situations where the number of observations per subject can be quite varied across subjects; modeling random subject intercept and slope heterogeneity in terms of covariates; and computer application using SAS, Stata, and the freeware MIXREGLS program will be described and illustrated.
Intensive Longitudinal Methods, will beaught by Dr. Donald Hedeker and is intended for professionals who plan on analyzing forms of intensive longitudinal data. participants should also have knowledge of linear regression and some knowledge of mixed models.
The seminar will be hosted on November 10-11 in Chicago, Illinois. Early registration, before October 11, is $895. For registration click HERE.
For additional course information click HERE.