Best Recipes On Earth

Roast beetroot & goat’s cheese risotto with thyme dressing

Source: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2809/roast+beetroot+goats+cheese+risotto+with+thyme+dressing

brussels sprouts, apple and pomegranate salad

Things I Learned Hosting My First Friendsgiving On logistics • As I realized last week, what makes big meals (we had 16 people) scary isn’t the cooking as much as the sheer volume of it all a…

Source: smittenkitchen.com/2016/11/brussels-sprouts-apple-and-pomegranate-salad/

fall veg + lentil bowl w/ goji ginger tahini cream

I love sauce (not to be confused with a love for hitting the sauce). I love the taste-as-you-go nature of making one, re-working classics, coming up with wild new versions, and smothering my food with it, always. Most importantly, I like that I can make a jar-full and have some on hand. I think…

Source: thefirstmess.com/2014/10/22/fall-veg-lentil-bowl-w-goji-ginger-tahini-cream-recipe/

Sweet Potato Oatmeal Breakfast Casserole

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Log 16.08 – Random / fixed slopes / effects / intercepts! And why? Plus R Formulas

  • ger.: Mehrebenenanalye – Hierarchisch Lineare Modellierung
  • engl.: multilevel modelling – random effects modelling – hierachical linear modelling – mixed modelling – random coefficient modelling

What does random intercept mean? Is there a difference between random effect and random intercept model?

A random intercept model estimates separate intercepts for each unit of each level at which the intercept is permitted to vary. This is one kind of random effect model. Another kind of random effect model also includes random slopes, and estimates separate slopes (i.e. coefficients, betas, effects, etc. depending on your discipline) for each variable for each unit of each level at which that slope is permitted to vary.

Alexis, http://stats.stackexchange.com/a/108176

multiMixedRandomEffects_tree
Random effect modelling uses random intercepts to accommodate for multi level structure within data. Random slopes are an extension allowing to describe differences between slopes and correlation between intercepts and slopes.

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