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Free Mplus workshops - Dr. Michael Zyphur has made available a free 3-day workshop held in July 2019at the University of Melbourne. The workshop covers the new General Cross-Lagged Panel Model (GCLM) in Mplus. A second course will be offered sometime between Nov 25 and Dec 13, 2019. Additionally, a5-day Mplus workshop covering various modeling topics, from basic correlation and regression to multilevel structuralequation modeling and latent growth models in Mplus is available for viewing and download.
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Subdivision Valuation, second edition, provides essential information about a complex topic and will be useful to commercial appraisers seeking to expand or refine their skills in subdivision analysis and valuation.
The convenience industry is a complex and fascinating retail channel that has responded to recent economic challenges by embracing new ideas. The second edition of Convenience Stores and Retail Fuel Properties: Essential Appraisal Issues will help appraisers of convenience stores keep up with these changes and understand how to value convenience properties. This second edition demonstrates market analysis using statistical data and information on important recent developments in the convenience industry, such as:
The Valuation of Apartment Properties, second edition, presents in-depth analysis of the concepts and issues applicable to the apartment market today. It provides detailed instructions on applying the three approaches to the valuation of apartment properties and examines assignment requirements and the techniques of market, neighborhood, and property analysis.
This is a manufactured data set that was created to provide suitable data for the demonstration of statistical techniques such as t-test for repeated measures, and one-way ANOVA for repeated measures. This data set refers to a fictitious study that involves testing the impact of two different types of interventions in helping students cope with their anxiety concerning a forthcoming statistics course. Students were divided into two equal groups and asked to complete a number of scales (Time 1). These included a Fear of Statistics test, Confidence in Coping with Statistics scale and Depression scale. One group (Group 1) was given a number of sessions designed to improve mathematical skills, the second group (Group 2) was subjected to a program designed to build confidence in the ability to cope with statistics. After the program (Time 2) they were again asked to complete the same scales that they completed before the program. They were also followed up three months later (Time 3). Their performance on a statistics exam was also measured.
I'm a Physicist by training. I spent over 16 years in Academia learning to be a Physicist, carrying out research in Physics, and publishing peer-reviewed papers in Physics. Becoming a Physicist meant learning a lot of Math - because mathematics is how Physical processes are described and modeled. I took courses on differential and integral calculus, differential equations, tensor calculus (you need that for General Relativity), complex numbers, linear algebra, statistics, numerical analysis, and more. I regularly used linear and polynomial regression, logistic regression, neural networks, function minimization, gradient descent, simplex methods, matrix math, vectorization, visualization of multi-dimensional data, etc.