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Statistical Anaylsis Software
http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/mult_pkg/whatstat/default.htm
This webpage is strongly recommended. The table on this webpage lists all types of statistic analysis. The purpose of this webpage is to help people choose appropriate statistical method that fit with their data type, and teach people how to conduct the data analysis with SPSS, SAS and STATA.
Web Resources for SAS
http://v8doc.sas.com
Most of SAS documents,such as SAS language Reference, SAS procedures Guide, and the user's guide for some SAS products can be accessed on this website. You can know all information about basic tasks and concepts in SAS, such as SAS functions, statements, and procedures in particular operating environments.
http://www.sas.com
It is the homepage of SAS Institute. Under the “support and training” labels,
you can find many links with which you can search solutions
to your problem; summit your problem to a SAS expert, read
the SUIG annual conference articles, find sample code in
the SAS sample library.
http://listserv.uga.edu/archives/sasl.html
This is a SAS Listserv. You can communicate with the SAS users around the world. It is very helpful when you have a problem and need help from other SAS users.
http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/sas/
It is a very good website. You can get SAS introduction movies, some ebooks about using SAS in regression, ANOVA. SAS code in some famous textbooks can also be found there.
http://core.ecu.edu/psyc/wuenschk/SAS/SASLessons.htm
SAS courses from basic level to intermediate level
Web Resources for SPSS
http://pages.infinit.net/rlevesqu/
This is a personal website. The owner is a fantasy SPSS expert. He writes and collects many SPSS syntax. You will find that SPSS syntax is a tremendous plus to the pointandclick interface.
http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/spss/
It is a very good website. You can get SPSS introduction movies, some ebooks about using SPSS in regression, ANOVA, or mixed models. SPSS code in some famous textbooks can also be found there. Additionally, you can find the answers to many frequently encountered questions about SPSS
http://stat.tamu.edu/~mspeed/spss/general.html
There is an online SPSS course. The videos teach you how to do data analysis with SPSS pointandclick interface.
Web Resources for Structural Equation Modeling
http://www.gsu.edu/~mkteer/index.html
This is also an excellent site on structural equation modeling. References to the most important structural equation modeling programs are included. There is also information on what structural equation modeling is and the structural equation modeling FAQ.
http://www2.unijena.de/svw/metheval/workshop_videos.php
Some videos of the workshops about SEM are available, including “ Basic Concepts and Strategies”, “Statistical Inference for Causal Effects in Experiments and Observational Studies” .
http://www.upa.pdx.edu/IOA/newsom/semrefs.htm
This is the homepage of Dr. Newsom. You can find a 'complete' listing of all journal articles and chapters on structural equation models.
http://www.gsu.edu/~mkteer/semnet.html
It is a mail list for all the SEM fans to communicate around the world
http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/seminars/ed231e/default.htm
This page contains the streaming video of the lectures of the course Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables taught by Professor Bengt Muthen.
Web Resources for SEM software
http://www.gsm.uci.edu/~joelwest/SEM/Software.html
This page contains the known packages currently available, their distributors, postal and email addresses, and voice/fax phone numbers; links to WWW sites have been included, where available.
LISREL
http://www.dbthueringen.de/servlets/DerivateServlet/Derivate2547/index.html
There is a video stream for a course about LISREL 8.53.
http://www.utexas.edu/its/rc/tutorials/stat/lisrel/index.html
This page contains the material for an LISREL 8 workshop
AMOS
http://www.utexas.edu/its/rc/tutorials/stat/amos/
This page contains the material for an AMOS workshop
Mplus
http://www.statmodel.com/index2.html
Mplus homepage.
http://www.utexas.edu/its/rc/tutorials/stat/mplus/index.html
This page contains the material for an Mplus workshop
http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/mplus/
Including common questions about Mplus and some code samples.
Web Resources for Multilevel Analysis
http://www.mailbase.org.uk/lists/multilevel/
The multilevel mailing list is also a key general resource as it is searchable; it represents many years of accumulated questions and answers:
http://statcomp.ats.ucla.edu/mlm/
An inclusive website about multilevel analysis concepts and software use
http://www.arnoldpublishers.com/support/goldstein.htm
Goldstein's classic text (in its 2 nd edition with corrections) on multilevel modelling can be downloaded from
http://stat.gamma.rug.nl/snijders/mlbook1.htm
Supplementary material for Snijders, T and Bosker, R (1999) Multilevel Analysis: An introduction to basic and advanced multilevel modelling (including updates and corrections, data sets used in examples, with setups for running the examples in MLwiN and in HLM, and an introduction to MLwiN) can be found at:
http://www.fss.uu.nl/ms/jh/mlbook/leabook.htm
Joop Hox has some downloadable example chapters from his textbook Multilevel Analysis: Techniques and Applications at
http://www.fss.uu.nl/ms/jh/publist/amaboek.pdf
the complete contents of his 1995 Applied Multilevel Analysis , Amsterdam : TTPublikaties is available
http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/EdPsy490CK/
There is a completed lecture notes for a course on multilevel analysis
http://www.ssicentral.com/hlm/
This page contain concept and background about HLM
Web Resources fort MultiLevel Analysis Software
HLM
http://www.utexas.edu/its/rc/tutorials/stat/hlm/index.html
This page contains the material about how to use HLM software
http://statcomp.ats.ucla.edu/hlm/
The UCLA HLM portal is more than a set of links about HLM or a search engine that allows you to search across these pages for information about HLM
MLwin
http://statcomp.ats.ucla.edu/mlm/
Include some example analysis using Mlwin for multilevel analysis, Mulwin Manuel.
IRT
http://edres.org/scripts/cat/catdemo.htm
Here is a very interesting and helpful tool that visualizes the scoring procedure behind computer adaptive testing. You can try any kind of response and see the change of the test result. In addition, you can know the logic of CAT.
http://edres.org/irt/
On this website, you can find some ebook or tutorial websites for IRT. In addition, it summarizes the free and charged IRT software
http://work.psych.uiuc.edu/irt/tutorial.asp
This is the homepage of IRT Modeling Lab in UIUC. It is a national famous IRT lab. It provide excellent materials about IRT theory and applications.
http://www.education.umd.edu/Depts/EDMS/tutorials/frontpage.html
It is an introductory webpage about IRT.
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