Overview. Hierarchical data is ubiquitous in the social sciences where measurement occurs at different levels of aggregation.e.g. we collect measurements by geographic region or social group.Hierarchical models provide a way of examining differences across populations. They pool the information for the disparate groups without assuming that they belong to precisely the same population.In the context of regression analyses, hierarchical models allow us to examine whether the extent to which 9441
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