George Leckie
George Leckie
Professor of Social Statistics, Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol
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Runmlwin-a program to Run the MLwiN multilevel modelling software from within stata
G Leckie, C Charlton
Journal of Statistical Software 52 (11), 1-40, 2013
The limitations of using school league tables to inform school choice
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 172 …, 2009
An original stepwise multilevel logistic regression analysis of discriminatory accuracy: the case of neighbourhoods and health
J Merlo, P Wagner, N Ghith, G Leckie
PloS one 11 (4), e0153778, 2016
Children’s educational progress: partitioning family, school and area effects
J Rasbash, G Leckie, R Pillinger, J Jenkins
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 173 …, 2010
The complexity of school and neighbourhood effects and movements of pupils on school differences in models of educational achievement
G Leckie
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 172 …, 2009
Measures of clustering and heterogeneity in multilevel P oisson regression analyses of rates/count data
PC Austin, H Stryhn, G Leckie, J Merlo
Statistics in medicine 37 (4), 572-589, 2018
The evolution of school league tables in England 1992-2016
G Leckie, H Goldstein
Bristol Working Papers in Education 2016 (02), 35, 2016
Rater effects on essay scoring: A multilevel analysis of severity drift, central tendency, and rater experience
G Leckie, JA Baird
Journal of Educational Measurement 48 (4), 399-418, 2011
Genetic and environmental risk factors associated with trajectories of depression symptoms from adolescence to young adulthood
ASF Kwong, JA López-López, G Hammerton, D Manley, NJ Timpson, ...
JAMA Network Open 2 (6), e196587-e196587, 2019
Identifying critical points of trajectories of depressive symptoms from childhood to young adulthood
ASF Kwong, D Manley, NJ Timpson, RM Pearson, J Heron, H Sallis, ...
Journal of youth and adolescence 48, 815-827, 2019
Food sharing networks in lowland Nicaragua: an application of the social relations model to count data
JM Koster, G Leckie
Social Networks 38, 100-110, 2014
Multilevel modeling of social segregation
G Leckie, R Pillinger, K Jones, H Goldstein
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 37 (1), 3-30, 2012
The role of maternal factors in sibling relationship quality: A multilevel study of multiple dyads per family
J Jenkins, J Rasbash, G Leckie, K Gass, J Dunn
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (6), 622-629, 2012
Understanding contextual effects on externalizing behaviors in children in out-of-home care: Influence of workers and foster families
C Cheung, D Goodman, G Leckie, JM Jenkins
Children and Youth Services Review 33 (10), 2050-2060, 2011
Modeling heterogeneous variance–covariance components in two-level models
G Leckie, R French, C Charlton, W Browne
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 39 (5), 307-332, 2014
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Sweden: an intersectional multilevel analysis of individual heterogeneity and discriminatory accuracy
SA Fisk, S Mulinari, M Wemrell, G Leckie, RP Vicente, J Merlo
SSM-Population Health 4, 334-346, 2018
R2MLwiN: A program to run the MLwiN multilevel modelling software from within R
Z Zhang, R Parker, C Charlton, G Leckie, W Browne
Journal of Statistical Software 72 (10), 2016
Module 12: cross-classified multilevel models
G Leckie, A Bell
MLwin Practical. Centre for Multilevel Modelling, 2013
runmlwin: Stata module for fitting multilevel models in the MLwiN software package.
G Leckie, C Charlton
Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol., 2011
School league tables: what can they really tell us?
H Goldstein, G Leckie
Significance 5 (2), 67-69, 2008
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