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    GEEGLM for longitudinal data in the sport sciences

    I have measured power output in a small group (n=7) of elite athletes before and after training as an indicator of neuromuscular fatigue. This was repeated on many sessions (n=6) over the course of a training block. I am particularly interested in assessing the change in power output from...
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    How to analyze data with more than one associated categorical dependent variables?

    I have some dependent variables related to the growth of a company having categories like (e.g. for variables indicating net profit, financial turnover etc.) (1) decreasing, (2) stable, (3) increasing and (4) rapidly increasing. Now these variables are associated and ordinal in...
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    Regression with some associated ordinal dependent variables

    I have some associated categorical dependent variables that are ordinal in nature (with 4 or 5 categories). If I want to see the effect of a set of independent variables (which can be both continuous and categorical) what is the right way to perform the regression? Should that be a...
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    Using Generalized Estimating Equations to test item validity on a scale

    Hi, I am creating a new measurement scale for withdrawal from cannabis, and have daily withdrawal data from 50 people for 1 week before abstinence (baseline smoking as usual) and then for 2 weeks of abstinence. There are 26 items on this new scale, and essentially what I want to is to rank...