What’s the difference between Mixed and Multilevel Models? What about Hierarchical Models or Random Effects models?

I get this question a lot.

The answer: very little.

[Read more…] about Confusing Statistical Term #10: Mixed and Multilevel Models

What’s the difference between Mixed and Multilevel Models? What about Hierarchical Models or Random Effects models?

I get this question a lot.

The answer: very little.

[Read more…] about Confusing Statistical Term #10: Mixed and Multilevel Models

Mixed models are hard.

They’re abstract, they’re a little weird, and there is not a common vocabulary or notation for them.

But they’re also extremely important to understand because many data sets require their use.

Repeated measures ANOVA has too many limitations. It just doesn’t cut it any more.

One of the most difficult parts of fitting mixed models is figuring out which random effects to include in a model. And that’s hard to do if you don’t really understand what a random effect is or how it differs from a fixed effect. [Read more…] about The Difference Between Random Factors and Random Effects

In this video I will answer another question from a recent webinar, Random Intercept and Random Slope Models.

We are answering questions here because we had over 500 people live on the webinar so we didn’t have time to get through all the questions.

[Read more…] about Is there a fix if the data is not normally distributed?

In this video I will answer a question from a recent webinar, Random Intercept and Random Slope Models.

We are answering questions here because we had over 500 people live on the webinar so we didn’t have time to get through all the questions.

In this video I will answer a question from a recent webinar, Random Intercept and Random Slope Models.

We are answering questions here because we had over 500 people live on the webinar so we didn’t have time to get through all the questions.

If you missed the webinar live, this and the other questions in this series may make more sense if you watch that first. It was part of our free webinar series, The Craft of Statistical Analysis, and you can sign up to get the free recording, handout, and data set at this link:

http://TheCraftofStatisticalAnalysis.com/random-intercept-random-slope-models

In this video I will answer a question from a recent webinar, Random Intercept and Random Slope Models.

If you missed the webinar live, this and the other questions in this series may make more sense if you watch that first. It was part of our free webinar series, The Craft of Statistical Analysis, and you can sign up to get the free recording, handout, and data set at this link:

http://TheCraftofStatisticalAnalysis.com/random-intercept-random-slope-models

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