MLwiN

MLwiN is a statistical software package for fitting multilevel models. It uses both maximum likelihood estimation and Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods. MLwiN is based on an earlier package, MLn, but with a graphical user interface (as well as other additional features)[1]. MLwiN represents multilevel models using mathematical notation including Greek letters and multiple subscripts, so the user needs to be (or become) familiar with such notation.


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  1. Van Breukelen, Gerard J. P.: Psychometric modeling of response speed and accuracy with mixed and conditional regression (2005)
  2. Candel, Math J. J. M.: Performance of empirical Bayes estimators of random coefficients in multilevel analysis: some results for the random intercept-only model (2004)
  3. Maas, Cora J. M.; Hox, Joop J.: Robustness issues in multilevel regression analysis (2004)
  4. Maas, Cora J. M.; Hox, Joop J.: The influence of violations of assumptions on multilevel parameter estimates and their standard errors (2004)
  5. Pardoe, Iain: Model assessment plots for multilevel logistic regression (2004)
  6. Rabe-Hesketh, Sophia; Skrondal, Anders; Pickles, Andrew: Generalized multilevel structural equation modeling (2004)
  7. Shi, Lei; Ojeda, Mario Miguel: Local influence in multilevel regression for growth curves (2004)
  8. Steele, Fiona; Goldstein, Harvey; Browne, William: A general multilevel multistate competing risks model for event history data, with an application to a study of contraceptive use dynamics (2004)
  9. van Duijn, Marijtje A. J.; Snijders, Tom A. B.; Zijlstra, Bonne J. H.: (p_2): a random effects model with covariates for directed graphs (2004)
  10. Ali Fotouhi: Comparisons of Estimation Procedures for Nonlinear Multilevel Models (2003) not zbMATH
  11. Carpenter, James R.; Goldstein, Harvey; Rasbash, Jon: A novel bootstrap procedure for assessing the relationship between class size and achievement (2003)
  12. Fielding, Antony; Yang, Min; Goldstein, Harvey: Multilevel ordinal models for examination grades (2003)
  13. Moerbeek, Mirjam; Van Breukelen, Gerard J. P.; Berger, Martin: A comparison of estimation methods for multilevel logistic models (2003)
  14. Renard, Didier; Molenberghs, Geert; Geys, Helena: A pairwise likelihood approach to estimation in multilevel probit models (2003)
  15. Steele, Fiona: A discrete-time multilevel mixture model for event history data with long-term survivors, with an application to an analysis of contraceptive sterilization in Bangladesh (2003)
  16. Browne, William J.; Draper, David; Goldstein, Harvey; Rasbash, Jon: Bayesian and likelihood methods for fitting multilevel models with complex level-1 variation. (2002)
  17. Ribaudo, H. J.; Thompson, S. G.: The analysis of repeated multivariate binary quality of life data: a hierarchical model approach (2002)
  18. Zaccarin, Susanna; Rivellini, Giulia: Multilevel analysis in social research: an application of a cross-classified model (2002)
  19. Leyland, Alastair H. (ed.); Goldstein, Harvey (ed.): Multilevel modelling of health statistics (2001)
  20. Raab, Gillian M.; Parpia, Tamiza: Random effects models for HIV marker data: practical approaches with currently available software (2001)