Classic data-set from Chapter 2 of Joop Hox’s Multilevel Analysis (2010). The popular dataset included student from different class (i.e., class is the nesting variable). The outcome variable is a self-rated popularity scale. Individual-level (i.e., level 1) predictors are sex, extroversion. Class level (i.e., level 2) predictor is teacher experience.
A data frame with 2000 rows and 6 variables:
Self-rated popularity scale ranging from 1 to 10
the class that students belong to (nesting variable)
extraversion scale (individual-level)
gender of the student (individual-level)
teacher experience (class-level)