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Latent Growth Curve Models

Latent Growth Curve Models

Latent Growth Curve Models. Patrick Sturgis, Department of Sociology, University of Surrey. Overview. Random effects as latent variables Growth parameters Specifying time in LGC models Linear Growth Non-linear growth Explaining Growth Fixed and time-varying predictors

By trapper
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Values Education

Values Education

Values Education. VALUES EDUCATION: SETTING THE CONTEXT. “We live in difficult times when peace and human security are facing new challenges at the individual and global level

By hao
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Object-oriented Software for Uncertainty Propagation

Object-oriented Software for Uncertainty Propagation

Object-oriented Software for Uncertainty Propagation. Keith D. McCroan US EPA National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory. Disclaimers. The views and opinions of the author expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the Environmental Protection Agency

By delling
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Random effect modelling of great tit nesting behaviour

Random effect modelling of great tit nesting behaviour

Random effect modelling of great tit nesting behaviour. William Browne (University of Bristol) In collaboration with Richard Pettifor (Institute of Zoology, London), Robin McCleery and Ben Sheldon (University of Oxford) And Dylan Childs (University of Sheffield). Talk Summary.

By hunter
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PERSONAL BRANDING

PERSONAL BRANDING

PERSONAL BRANDING. Crishtian Dextre Lindsay Dunbar Melanie Santos Quasandra Thomas. what ROLES do you play? what kind of STANDARDS do you have? what is your STYLE ?. ROLES our relationship with others. Key relationships Roles vary depending on the relationship

By nau
(445 views)

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes.

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes.

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes. Objectives. After studying this chapter you should understand the following: the role of responsibilities in the design of an object; the categorization of an object’s responsibilities as knowing responsibilities or doing responsibilities;

By baldasarre
(146 views)

Mathematical Induction

Mathematical Induction

Mathematical Induction. Mathematical Induction: Example. Show that any postage of ≥ 8¢ can be obtained using 3¢ and 5¢ stamps. First check for a few particular values: 8¢ = 3¢ + 5¢ 9¢ = 3¢ + 3¢ + 3¢ 10¢ = 5¢ + 5¢ 11¢ = 5¢ + 3¢ + 3¢ 12¢ = 3¢ + 3¢ + 3¢ + 3¢

By montague
(132 views)

The importance of trust: Science, policy, and the publics Jenny Dyck Brian School of Life Sciences, Arizona State Univer

The importance of trust: Science, policy, and the publics Jenny Dyck Brian School of Life Sciences, Arizona State Univer

The importance of trust: Science, policy, and the publics Jenny Dyck Brian School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-4601.

By denis
(85 views)

Evolution of the Presidency

Evolution of the Presidency

Evolution of the Presidency. From Constitutionalism to the Administrative State. I. Interpreting the Constitution. Original Intent: What did the Framers intend the words to mean? Method: Examine writings, speeches previous laws and precedents, context of adoption, etc. Strengths

By MikeCarlo
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Review of Lessons

Review of Lessons

Review of Lessons. Republic Act (R.A.) 9163 – also known as National Service Training Program (NSTP) Act of 2001 What is the guiding principle in establishing the NSTP?

By Pat_Xavi
(458 views)

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes.

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes.

Chapter 3: Designing interactive classes. Objectives. After studying this chapter you should understand the following: the role of responsibilities in the design of an object; the categorization of an object’s responsibilities as knowing responsibilities or doing responsibilities;

By beth
(137 views)

Statistics and Data Analysis

Statistics and Data Analysis

Statistics and Data Analysis. Professor William Greene Stern School of Business IOMS Department Department of Economics. Statistics and Data Analysis. Part 16 – Aspects of Regression . Regression Models. Prediction Loose Ends Trimming Truncation Summary Where to next.

By albert
(166 views)

PD2: Learning from mistakes and misconceptions

PD2: Learning from mistakes and misconceptions

PD2: Learning from mistakes and misconceptions. Aims of the session. This session is intended to help us to: reflect on the nature and causes of learners’ mistakes and misconceptions; consider ways in which we might use these mistakes and misconceptions constructively to promote learning.

By ramiro
(147 views)

Section 1.2

Section 1.2

Section 1.2. Data Classification. Objectives. Classify data as qualitative or quantitative; as discrete, continuous, or neither; and by the level of measurement . . Example 1.4: Classifying Data as Qualitative or Quantitative.

By jerom
(99 views)

AP Statistics Review

AP Statistics Review

AP Statistics Review. Gathering Data (C11-13 BVD) C11: Understanding Randomness/Simulations. An event is random if we know what outcomes could happen, but not which particular values did or will happen.

By takoda
(150 views)

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day		Wednesday April 16, 2014

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day Wednesday April 16, 2014

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day Wednesday April 16, 2014. Tests for Series Convergence Integral Test (11.3) Comparison Tests (11.4). Polynomial Approximators. Our goal is to generate polynomial functions that can be used to approximate other functions near particular values of x .

By abdalla
(150 views)

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day		Monday April 14, 2014

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day Monday April 14, 2014

Calculus II (MAT 146) Dr. Day Monday April 14, 2014. Infinite Series: Converging or Diverging? (11.2) Tests for Series Convergence Integral Test (11.3) Comparison Tests (11.4). Polynomial Approximators.

By ray
(154 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Multiple Regression Models. Multiple Regression Models. A general additive multiple regression model , which relates a dependent variable y to k predictor variables x 1 , x 2 ,…, x k is given by the model equation y = a + b 1 x 1 + b 2 x 2 + … + b k x k + e

By nakia
(157 views)


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