Monthly Archives: November 2009

Multilevel models and then some!

Multilevel models are finding widespread use in many social science settings. The traditional settings have been developed in the statistical mixed model setting. Extensions to non normal models are also finding useful applications. These models are typically expressed as a … Continue reading

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ICPSR online web survey analysis tool

Like many universities, Tufts has a subscription membership to the ICPSR. Over the years, a typical use case would be for a researcher to download data for local analysis. In this way one would have maximal access to raw data … Continue reading

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Mixed Model framework for GeneArray analysis

An excellent recent article caught my attention that solves in a unified manner a class of gene array analysis problems using the work horse methodology of statistical Mixed Models. The approach taken is presented for a two group time course … Continue reading

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Epi – Statistic tools for Epidemiology

Epi has been around for a long time, starting back in the days of DOS! Over the years Epi has matured into a suite of tools(Pepi) that has the fields of public health and epidemiology as its focus. WINPEPI software … Continue reading

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