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Persistent poverty and children's cognitive development: evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study journal article

  • Journal: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
  • Authors: Andrew Dickerson, Gurleen K. Popli
  • Published Date: Jun 30, 2015

Summary We use data from the four sweeps of the UK Millennium Cohort Study of children born at the turn of the 21st century to document the effect that poverty, and in...

Exploratory Data Analysis: Widening Your View Point feature

  • Authors: Andy Kirk
  • Published Date: Oct 17, 2016

Much of the popular attention towards data visualisation focuses on its role as a means of communicating data to others, yet this only represents one side of the coin. As I discussed in a previous...

Bias in longitudinal data analysis with missing data using typical linear mixed‐effects modelling and pattern‐mixture approach: An analytical illustration journal article

  • Journal: British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology
  • Authors: Manshu Yang, Lijuan Wang, Scott E. Maxwell
  • Published Date: Aug 07, 2014

We analytically derive the fixed‐effects estimates in unconditional linear growth curve models by typical linear mixed‐effects modelling (TLME) and by a pattern‐mixture (PM) approach with...

JMP Discovery Summit Brussels 2015 event

  • Date: 23 March - 25 March 2015
  • Location: Brussels, Belgium

Discovery Summit, the premier JMP users conference, is coming to Europe for the first time, 23-25 March 2015 in Brussels.

Fixed effects and variance components estimation in three‐level meta‐analysis journal article

  • Journal: Research Synthesis Methods
  • Authors: Spyros Konstantopoulos
  • Published Date: Jun 10, 2011

Meta‐analytic methods have been widely applied to education, medicine, and the social sciences. Much of meta‐analytic data are hierarchically structured because effect size estimates are... Data Mining in R - Learning with Case Studies event

  • Date: 27 June - 29 June 2014
  • Location:

Aim of Course: The main goal of this course is to teach users how to perform data mining tasks using R. The course follows a learn-by-doing-it strategy, where data mining topics are introduced as...

How Can SMEs Benefit from Big Data? Challenges and a Path Forward journal article

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Shirley Coleman, Rainer Göb, Giuseppe Manco, Antonio Pievatolo, Xavier Tort‐Martorell, Marco Seabra Reis
  • Published Date: May 11, 2016

Big data is big news, and large companies in all sectors are making significant advances in their customer relations, product selection and development and consequent profitability through...

What is the most popular birthday in England and Wales? journal article

  • Journal: Significance
  • Authors: Mario Cortina Borja, Peter Martin
  • Published Date: Feb 14, 2017

Mario Cortina Borja and Peter Martin analyse 36 years of daily data to reveal the most popular date and day to be born

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