Welcome to the home for our poster, *Even with treatment, Functional Impairment and Quality of Life remain remarkably stable over two years in post-9/11 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans*. It was presented at the San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference, held on October 23–24, 2019. The webpage for the conference is [https://www.combatptsdconference.com/](https://www.combatptsdconference.com/). In this OSF project, you'll find a copy of the file I used to make the poster, `Kurz et al (2019 Poster) Even with treatment, Functional Impairment and Quality of Life remain remarkably stable over two years in post-9/11 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.pptx`. We also provide supporting materials concerning the data analysis. Those supporting documents are a series of `.html` file reports: 1. `Data_Cleaning.html` 2. `Demographic_Statistics.html` 3. `Determine_the_random_structure.html` 4. `Missing_data_analysis.html` 5. `Model_formulas_with_priors.html` 6. `Multivariate_models.html` 7. `Poster_formulas_with_priors.html` 8. `Poster_plots.html` 9. `Rhat_distributions.html` 10. `Trace_plots.html` Files 1, 2, and 4 are probably self-evident. 3 is a technical file we used to determine how to model the variances within the primary models. In 5 we broke down the statistical models and their priors in formal mathematical notation. Document 7 is similar, but streamlined for the poster. 6 is the file containing the code and results for the primary statistical models reported on in the manuscript. 8 documents how we made all the figures in the poster. Files 9 and 10 present widely-used diagnostic information for the MCMC chains for each model--the rhat statistic and trace plots, respectively. To use the `.html` files, download them first. Once they’re on your computer, click on them and they will open up in your browser. We are not at liberty to upload the data at this time. The analyses in this poster are connected to a manuscript currently under review. Once the manuscript has passed the peer review process and been accepted for publication, we will link to it in this project.
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