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AmI am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing, where we say is it continuous, is it normally distributed -- OLS regression.

In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model. My questions are:

  • In very simple terms, what are they?
  • What are the differences between them?
  • Are any of them synonyms?
  • Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification?

Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

Am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing, where we say is it continuous, is it normally distributed -- OLS regression.

In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model.

  • In very simple terms, what are they?
  • What are the differences between them?
  • Are any of them synonyms?
  • Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification?

Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

I am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing, where we say is it continuous, is it normally distributed -- OLS regression.

In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model. My questions are:

  • In very simple terms, what are they?
  • What are the differences between them?
  • Are any of them synonyms?
  • Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification?

Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

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What are do these terms mean?:is a difference between random effects model-, fixed effects model,- and marginal model.?

Am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing, where we say "is it continuous, is it normally distributed....OLS regression"is it continuous, is it normally distributed -- OLS regression. In

In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model. In very simple terms what are they? What are the differences between them? Are any of them synonyms? Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification.

  • In very simple terms, what are they?
  • What are the differences between them?
  • Are any of them synonyms?
  • Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification?

Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

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What are do these terms mean?: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model.

Am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing where we say "is it continuous, is it normally distributed....OLS regression". In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model. In very simple terms what are they? What are the differences between them? Are any of them synonyms? Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification. Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

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What is a difference between random effects-, fixed effects- and marginal model?

Am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing, where we say is it continuous, is it normally distributed -- OLS regression.

In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model.

  • In very simple terms, what are they?
  • What are the differences between them?
  • Are any of them synonyms?
  • Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification?

Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

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What are do these terms mean?: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model.

Am trying to expand my knowledge of statistics. I come from a physical sciences background with a "recipe based" approach to statistical testing where we say "is it continuous, is it normally distributed....OLS regression". In my reading I have come across the terms: random effects model, fixed effects model, marginal model. In very simple terms what are they? What are the differences between them? Are any of them synonyms? Where do the traditional tests like OLS regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA fall in this classification. Just trying to decide where to go next with the self study.

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