MLwiN 1.10 downloads
- Command Interface manual (PDF, 338kB).
- Version 2.0 of the Advanced multilevel modelling manual (PDF, 867kB) including a set of macros for fitting repeated measures models where the response is binary or a proportion. The procedure is useful when the usual underlying binomial error assumption is violated; the macros use a serial correlation model.
- Example data sets (zip, 48Kb) to accompany the Advanced multilevel modelling manual
A complex or frequently-used sequence of commands may be coded using a text editor and stored in an ASCII file for execution by MLwiN as a sequence. Such a stored sequence is called a macro and several may be stored and accessed. There is a macro menu through which individual macros or sets of macros can be accessed. Macros can put up their own menu dialogue windows with check boxes for users to complete. This makes the handling of complex operations or sequences very straightforward. Macros can control graphics output, how the GUI is updated and manipulate certain aspects of MCMC and bootstrap estimation.
Multicategory ordered or unordered responses
These macros will fit multilevel multinomial models with logit, probit and clog-log functions.
- Macros for multinomial models (zip, 0.1 mb)
- Example worksheet for multinomial models (zip, 0.1 mb)
Survival/event history models
These macros will fit multilevel Cox (frailty) models and parametric log (duration) models.
Time series models and nonlinear models for variances
- Macros for time series models (zip, 0.1 mb)
- Example worksheets for time series models (zip, 0.1 mb)
Repeated measures models with response as a proportion
- Macros for time series models for binary data (zip, 0.1 mb)
- Example worksheets for time series models for binary data (zip, 0.1 mb)
Macros for Access to IGLS Algorithm
The description of these algorithms with examples of their use is given in the MLwiN help system.
- Macros for Access to IGLS Algorithm (zip, 0.2 mb) for a set of text files
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