Where Can I Learn More?
In our application of RMLCA to smoking cessation data, we have relied heavily on the excellent resources disseminated in varying formats by the team at the Methodology Center at Penn State University led by Linda Collins and Stephanie Lanza. We particularly recommend the following:
The website for the Methodology Center at Penn State University (http://methodology.psu.edu)
The book on latent class and latent transition analysis written by Linda Collins and Stephanie Lanza:
Collins, L. M. & Lanza, S. T. (2010). Latent Class Analysis and Latent Transition Analysis: With Applications in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
The training in latent class analysis and latent transition analysis provided by Stephanie Lanza through Statistical Horizons, LLC (http://statisticalhorizons.com) is very helpful.