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    How to analyze repeated measures game data with changing difficulty levels?

    Participants: 19 children participated in the study. Children were grouped in groups G1 (N=8) and group G2 (N=11) based on their behaviors. A pre-assessment of children behavior in the classroom is done for both the groups G1 and G2 by their teacher in a form of questionnaire. Task: The...
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    Made a categorical variale with 4 categories out of one with 55, now different result

    Hi! I'm busy working on my research, but I ran into a problem. I'm using a logstic regression to estimate the influence of certain independent variables on my (dummy) dependent variable. Then I want to interpret the results with marginal effects. The problem is one of the...