CMM researchers are drawn from the Graduate School of Education, Bristol Veterinary School and School of Geographical Sciences. Multilevel Modelling is a University Research Theme. We collaborate with a range of researchers working with multilevel models.
We develop new statistical methodology, implemented in software to address unsolved issues in quantitative modelling of social processes.
On-line course -graduated modules starting from an introduction to quantitative research progressing to multilevel modelling of continuous and binary data. Go to course modules
Videos and voice-over presentations including Random Intercept Models, Residuals, Measuring Dependency, Covariance and Correlation Matrices, and Random Slope Models.
The Centre for Multilevel Modelling's own software enables quantitative social science researchers to become effective multilevel modelling practitioners.
Updated 15 May 2013 by the Centre for Multilevel Modelling
Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, 2 Priory Road , Bristol BS8 1TX, UK. Tel: +44 (0)117 331 0804