Session 11: Modeling Integrated Data
 Assigned Readings and Materials
 Gelman, Andrew and Donald Rubin, “Inference
from Iterative Simulation Using Multiple Sequences.” Statistical
Science. 1992.

Robinson, G.K., “That
BLUP is a Good Thing: The Estimation of Random Effects,” Statistical
Science. 1992.
 Scheuren, F. and Winkler W.E., "Regression Analysis of Files That Are Computer Matched," Survey
Methodology, 1993.
 Scheuren, F. and Winkler W.E.,
"Regression Analysis of Files That Are Computer MatchedPart II," Survey Methodology, 1997.
 Lahiri, P. & Larsen, M.D. (2005), "Regression Analysis with Linked Data", JASA, Vol. 100(469), pp. 222  230 (JSTOR copy)
 Gilmour, Arthur et al., “Average
Information REML: An Efficient Algorithm for Variance Parameter Estimation
in Linear Mixed Models” Biometrics 1995
 Gilmour A. et al., ASReml
User Guide Release 1.0 “ASReml is a statistical package that fits
linear mixed models using Residual Maximum Likelihood.”
 Abowd, John et al. “Computing
Person and Firm Effects Using Linked Longitudinal EmployerEmployee
Data.” March 2002
 Goldenberg, Anna, Stephen Fienberg, Alice X. Zheng, and Edoardo M Airoldi "A Survey of Statistical Nework Models," December 2009 (arxiv.org)
 Assigned Tasks
 Background Materials