Good examples of multilevel models

The University of Bristol’s Centre for Multilevel Modelling maintains a Multilevel Gallery which contains publications with multilevel statistical models.

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Mostly, they use Bristol’s own software MLwiN, Stat-JR, and the Stata interface runmlwin, but even if you are not using these packages, you will find nice examples of how to present multilevel results in here. As they say:

We hope that this will prove useful for teachers and learners of multilevel modelling as a source of examples to aid understanding, as well as for those who are currently writing a paper and could benefit from seeing how results from multilevel models are typically presented in their research area.

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