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Daniel Gerlanc asks: I’ve been reading your Regression and Multilevel Modeling book. Do you have a set of example solutions for the problems in the book? Henning Piezunka, Adam Lynton, and others have asked the same question. My universal response: I’m glad you like our book. Unfortunately, we have no solution sets. I made a [...]
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