Free Webinar on Configural Frequency Analysis

Mark Stemmler holding his bookJuly 10, 2019:

Configural frequency analysis (CFA) is a data analysis method that can detect patterns that occur more or less often than would be expected to occur according to a prespecified null hypothesis. CFA is applicable across many fields, but in human development, researchers apply it to examine multiple behaviors and determine which patterns correlate to healthy or unhealthy development. This statistical tool can be applied to categorical variables; in addition also continuous variables can be used as covariates.

Mark Stemmler, professor of psychological assessment at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, and author of the book Person centered methods: Configural frequency analysis (CFA), will be visiting The Methodology Center this fall. On Thursday, October 31, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. ET, Mark will present a 1 & 1 webinar on CFA. 1 & 1 webinars consist of a one-hour live video presentation on a method followed by a one-hour question-and-answer session with the presenter. CFA is easily performed through an R-package called confreq. The use of confreq will be demonstrated. To join the webinar, click psu.zoom.us/j/896104435 when the webinar is starting. Registration in advance is not necessary.

Questions? Email: MChelpdesk@psu.edu

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