Logistic “Aggression”: binary classification problems

Binary problems, where the outcome can be either True or False are very common in data analysis, from an inference or classification point of view. A previous post on binomial modelling deals with a similar problem, but this time we frame the problem from a regression or generalized linear model (GLM) view point. Previously we... Continue Reading →


Hierarchical Linear Regression – 2 Level Random Effects Model

Regression is a popular approach to modelling where a response variable is modelled as a function of certain predictors -┬áto understand the relations between variables. I used a linear model in a previous post, using the bread and peace model - and various ways to solve the equation. In this post, I want to fit... Continue Reading →

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