Workshop on Design of Longitudinal Studies and Analysis of Repeated Measures Data

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Preface

This Volume presents the general Proceedings of the Data Analysis Workshop II, on the Design of Longitudinal Studies and Analysis of Repeated Measures Data, held at the Centre for Mathematics and Its Applications, ANU, July 1991.

The aim of this Workshop series is to define the state of the art in applied statistics.  This Workshop brought together, in Australia, scientists and resaerchers with experience in the design of longitudinal studies, in the development of analytic methods for repeated measurements data and in the application of these techniques.  The Workshop's Special Guest and Keynote Speaker, Professor David Hand, provided four data sets to stimulate discussion, and these were made available to participants prior to the Workshop.

The Workshop was (partly) supported by the Department of Industry, Technology and Commerce (DITAC) Bilateral Science & Technology Programs.

Content

Chapter Page
1 How to Analyse your repeated measures data
DJ Hand
3
2 Aspects of design for repeated measurements
R Mead
17
3 Design-adjusted estimation with repeated survey data
RL Chambers
31
4 Regression with correlated errors
CA Glasbey
41
5 Multilevel linear models for the educational system
M Aitkin
51
6 Workshop data sets
DJ Hand
65
7 Robust estimation and outlier detection for repeated measures experiements
RM Huggins
77
8 An approach to the analysis of profile data: data set 1
R Cunningham
83
9 Multilevel analysis of longitudinal data: Analysis of workshop data set 1
M Mok, RP McDonald
89
10 Analysis of data set 1
R Mead
103
11 Exploratory analysis of data set 1
SR Wilson
105
12 Analysis of repeated measures of ordinal data
R Murison
109
13 Analysis of data set 2
R Mead
115
14 Exploratory analysis of data set 2
SR Wilson
117
15 A general approach for the anlaysis of repeated measures experiments
AP Verbyla, BR Cullis
119
16 Analysis of Data set 3
R Mead
141
17 A cluster-ranomised trial of worksite cardiovascular risk reduction
JM Simpson
147
18 Too many variables, or too few subjects
KG Russell
151
19 Assessing dietary change in a longitudinal study
JE Porteous
157
20 Longitudinal studies based on clinical data collections
R Lazarus
165
21 Problems encountered in using a clinical database for a longitudinal study in cystic fibrosis
A Wohlers
173
22 Mutistate life-tables as repeated measure models
CR Heathcote
189
23 Plans for an economic evaluation of a dryland salinity program in Yornaning WA
A Cowling
195
24 Young people - Eduation, employment and transition - The Australian Longitudinal Survey Program
G Parkinson, P Boal
201
25 Longitudinal survey of immigrants to Australia
O Lukomskyj
217
26 Comments on micro computer software
YE Pittelkow
223

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First published in Australia 1991

© Centre for Mathematics and Its Applications
Mathematical Sciences Institute
The Australian National University
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AUSTRALIA

This book is copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without permission. Inquiries should be made to the publisher.

Edited by

S. R. Wilson

Workshop on Design of Longitudinal Studies and Analysis of Repeated Measures Data

ISBN 0 7315 0444 5