In this week’s episode Greg and Patrick take advantage of a recent expiration of a statute of limitations that legally allows them to talk about the multilevel model: what it is, when we might use it, and extremely cool extensions that it allows. Along the way they also discuss hostile federal judges, McNeish, airing of grievances, Gauss and Markov’s corpses, Sesame Street, distributional baguettes, naivete, sentient GLMs, two pencil necks, Thor’s Hammer, Willy Sutton, Siren’s Song, peer groups of two, fighting good for an old guy, crazy town cool, 50 ducks, conceding a battle, and blushing corpses.
- S4E09: Intensive Longitudinal Data: Be Careful What You Wish For
- S2E30: ‘Always Center Your Predictors!’ And Other Sh*t My Advisor Says
- S2E29: Multilevel Models: The Often Unnecessary Green Monster
- S2E26: MLM vs. SEM: Opportunities for Growth
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