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I am talking about the regression method that measures the impact of several layers of independent variables upon a dependent variable.

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  • $\begingroup$ Should this be CW as it is asking for a collection of resources? What would constitute a 'correct' answer for such a question? $\endgroup$ – user28 Sep 21 '10 at 15:37
  • $\begingroup$ I am new here, so I don't know what CW is? Does it mean Community Wiki or something? And, what does this mean? Should I have posted this question somewhere else within this site? And, where? and how? $\endgroup$ – Sympa Sep 21 '10 at 15:50
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    $\begingroup$ When you ask a question or edit a question there is a check box that appears at the bottom of the question box towards the right hand side that says 'Community wiki'. You need to check that box if you wish to make a question or answer CW. The idea behind CW is enable the community to edit the questions/answers collaboratively and to prevent users from gaining rep for certain type of questions. See this link for more details: meta.stats.stackexchange.com/questions/6/… $\endgroup$ – user28 Sep 21 '10 at 16:18
  • $\begingroup$ I don't know what starting a bounty mean? I have been asked to start one. What are its implications? $\endgroup$ – Sympa Sep 25 '10 at 16:06
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UCLA has some good resources:

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The Centre for Multilevel Modelling has free online tutorials for multi-level modeling, and they have software tutorials for fitting models in both their MLwiN software and STATA.

You will probably want to check out all the questions with the multilevel analysis tag here. You will find many other suggestions for books and resources.

Also Harvey Goldstein has an online book, but I would suggest you check out the Centre for Multilevel Modelling first.

good luck

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I warmly recommend Doug Bate's book

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