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Publication Date : 2017/01/16

<TWO-DAY COURSE>INTRODUCTION TO MULTILEVEL MODELING With Applications in SPSS

INTRODUCTION TO MULTILEVEL MODELING With Applications in SPSS

taught by

Nate Breznau, PhD Sociology, Postdoctoral Fellow
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research,
University of Mannheim, Germany
As an experienced researcher, Nate Breznau has not only used multilevel modeling in his own research, but is also known for his easy to follow and fun teaching style. For more info:

This course offers a general introduction to multilevel modeling as a set of scientific statistical methods, and as a perspective of logic and reasoning about how the world is structured or nested in layers. Students with everything from none to intermediate knowledge of multilevel techniques are welcome to join. No previous knowledge is necessary. Using data you will learn how, or improve your current knowledge of how, to estimate the effect of one thing on another (the effect of X on Y) when these things occur at different levels, for example, individuals in schools or countries, teams in leagues, robots in factories, or time points observed within the same persons.

The course is open for researchers and graduate students and will be English. For more information and to register (required), please email: hommerich@let.hokudai.ac.jp (Carola Hommerich, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology) Registration via email (required) by January 27th

 

Date:FEBRUARY 2nd & 3rd 10:30am – 6:00pm

Venue: Humanities and Social Sciences Classroom Building (W513)

Kindly supported by FResHU(Support Office for Female Researchers in Hokkaido University)

Poster PDF (including Schedule)

 

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