This course builds on the skills taught in the previous courses and aims to introduce a variety of multilevel modelling approaches. Linear Mixed Models can be seen as a generalisation of the General Linear Model (GLM) family that can handle the data where observations are not independent. Although this course is aimed to be practically orientated with extensive use of the IBM SPSS statistical package, theoretical considerations related to the selection of an appropriate statistical test as well as assumptions involved are addressed.
This course is under great demand. If your circumstances change and you cannot attend, please cancel your enrolment as quickly as possible.
The details of the connection to the Web Conference will be emailed to enrolled participants a day before the course and again an hour before the event.
Staff and Research Higher Degree Students
• Meaning of nesting/clustering
• Introduction to LMM
• Multilevel models for clustered data
• Assumptions related to the statistical techniques listed above
• Use of syntax
Preferably participants should attend most of the intermediate level workshops with Intermediate SPSS: Advanced Statistical Techniques for Difference Questions being the most important one (or have an understanding of concepts/skills covered in those introductory courses) before enrolling in this workshop.
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