SuperMix fits mixed-effects models with continuous, count, ordinal, nominal, and survival outcome variables to nested data. SuperMix allows for up to three levels of nesting. Illustrative examples of these analyses are available in both the SuperMix manual and primer. To facilitate learning how to use SuperMix, an extensive collection of completely worked examples are available for download. Preview the example by clicking on each of the topics below, or download the entire example (PDF, data and syntax files) by clicking on the link in parentheses after the topic name.

## Examples from the Primer:

Two-level models for continuous outcomes (complete example zipped)

Three-level models for continuous outcomes (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for count outcomes (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for binary outcomes (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for ordinal outcomes (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for nominal outcomes (complete example zipped)

Two-level survival analysis models (complete example zipped)

Data-based graphics: exploratory graphics (complete example zipped)

Data-based graphs: univariate graphs (complete example zipped)

Data-based graphs: bivariate graphs (complete example zipped)

Data-based graphs: multivariate graphs (complete example zipped)

Model-based graphs (complete example zipped)

## Examples from the Manual:

Two-level models for continuous data (NESARC data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for continuous data (Reisby data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level model with AR errors (Reisby data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for continuous data (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Three-level models for continuous data (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Three-level models for continuous data (Schoenwald data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level logistic model (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Three-level logistic model (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level probit model (NESARC data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level Poisson model (NESARC data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level negative binomial model (NESARC data) (complete example zipped)

Weighted two-level models (NESARC data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level Poisson model (ASPART data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level Poisson model with offset variable (ASPART data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level ordinal model with logistic link function (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for ordinal outcomes (NIMH data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level random intercept and trend model (NIMH data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level models for nominal outcomes (NHIS data) (complete example zipped)

Two-level proportional hazard model: binary case (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)

Survival analysis model for an ordinal outcome (TVSFP data) (complete example zipped)