The seminar considers strategies for improving the analysis of longitudinal data. Presented by Professors Judith Singer and John Willett, the seminar considers the drawbacks of traditional methods that have been used for analyzing such data and introduces some modern methods for the analysis of longitudinal data. The examples from the seminar are drawn from their book Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis.
The seminar was recorded at Harvard and Professors Singer and Willett kindly provided us with permission to post this video. We are very grateful to them for permitting us to distribute the online version of this seminar from our site. We suggest that you view this in two web browsers, one web browser to view the Power Point slides and another to view the online movie of the seminar.
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