# multi-level

1. ### multi-location latin square design analysis

Hello, I have a 5 x 5 Latin square design which is replicated 5 times within each location (same rows and columns in each location). The same design was used in 10 different locations and I was asked to perform a combined location analysis. I have done it before with other designs, such as RCB...
2. ### GAMM plot??

Hi everyone, I would like some help. I did a multilevel analysis using GAMM from mgcv package and plot the predict values with the confidence intervals. I read in a few foruns that the plot only use the fixed part from the equation to predict the values used in the plot. Could anyone knows...
3. ### Alternative for a multi-level analysis

Hi all, For my criminology thesis I am analysing police interviews and would like to research the effect (the presence of) an attorney has on whether or not a suspect gives a statement. The statement will be a dichotomous variable (0 = remaining silent 1 = giving a statement). My data is nested...
4. ### Im terrible at this. Help Please!

Ok so I'm pretty sure this should be simple enough but Im not good at this at all. Basically; 32 participants tested (within design). They all completed 3 tests (subject test, URL test, email test) before training. Then they all completed 3 tests (subject test, URL test, email test) after...
5. ### Mixed effects logistic Regression

I have what I believe is a mixed effects logistic regression. My outcome is injury (y/n) and I have subject level (age, gender, smoking) and Class level (\$ Funds, instructor experience, etc.). I am trying to preduct injury based on the subject AND class level data. My outcome is by subject...
6. ### SPSS linear mixed model for repeated measures at two levels

Hi! I'm struggling with a basic question for which I couldn't find an answer in the texts and papers on LMM in SPSS. This is the basic structure of the dataset: - outcome = grip strength - effect of interest = injury on dominant vs non-dominant side The source of repeated measures...