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HLM - Hierarchical Linear and Nonlinear Modeling
Hierarchical linear and nonlinear models (also called multilevel models) have been developed to allow for the study of relationships at any level in a single analysis, while not ignoring the variability associated with each level of the hierarchy. It is suitable for use with data from any research field that have a hierarchical structure. The program allows for continuous, count, ordinal, and nominal outcome variables and assumes a functional relationship between the expectation of the outcome and a linear combination of a set of explanatory variables.
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