Ido Rosen pointed me to this page by Mike Kamermans.

## Intro to splines—with cool graphs

Posted by Andrew on 8 January 2012, 12:17 pm

Ido Rosen pointed me to this page by Mike Kamermans.

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Reference on splines on multilevel/longitudinal models, anyone? Cheers,

Some more cool (animated!) bezier curve visualizations: http://www.jasondavies.com/animated-bezier/