This 2004 introduction to ways of modelling phenomena that occur over time is accessible to anyone with a basic knowledge of statistical ideas. Examples from physical, biological and social sciences show how the principles can be put into practice: data sets and R code for these are supplied on author's website.
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'This book is an extraordinary piece of literature … It is simply a masterpiece and even the most experienced statistician will learn a thing or two from this text. … It is more than a mere cookery book type of statistical commands, output and interpretation but, rather, a deep understanding and appreciation of the statistical thinking process. … The book is well written and would be good reading for applied statisticians as well as all post-graduate and faculty members who interact with data. Libraries should purchase a copy.' Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A
'… the book fills a gap between the more fundamental, topical volumes around, and more popular texts on these matters. it is very well readable, and it provides both an excellent introduction and a good overview over much of stochastic methods applicable in longitudinal data.' Environmental and Ecological Statistics
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