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Growth curve models - Linear growth curve model
Growth curve models - No growth model
How to generate codes for the no growth/change curve model?
About WinBUGS
The contents in this article are from WinBUGS website. http://www.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/bugs/winbugs/contents.shtml. We suggest the readers to find the answers to WinBUGS questions at its development site.
Use BAUW to convert data
An example on how to transform the data in a text file to WinBUGS format.
Download BAUW
How to get BAUW? How to install it? How to run it?
Click here for quick download...
Click here for OpenBUGS plugin...
Several Bayesian Songs

1. "These are Bayes": Lyrics and Music

2. "Bayesian Believer": Lyrics and Music

3. "No Time": Lyrics and Music

Math and Trigonometry functions in Excel
SEM notes
A SAS interface for Bayesian Analysis with WinBUGS
NOTE: Many codes were messed up during the publishing process. You are recommended to use the draft

Bayesian methods are becoming very popular despite some practically difficulties in implementation. To assist in the practical application of Bayesian methods, we show how to implement Bayesian analysis with WinBUGS as part of a standard set of SAS routines. This procedure is first explained step by step by fitting a multiple regression model and a linear growth curve model. A third example is also provided to demonstrate how to iteratively run WinBUGS inside SAS for Monte Carlo simulation studies. The SAS codes
used in the current study can also accommodate many other models with only slight modification. This interface can be of practical benefit in many aspects of Bayesian methods because it allows the SAS users to benefit from the implementation of Bayesian inference procedure such as Gibbs sampling and it also allows the WinBUGS user to benefit from the data transformation in SAS and the flexibility of using WinBUGS.
Factor analysis based on correlation matrix in SPSS
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