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st: Re: Random or fixed-effects estimator for ordinal outcomes

From   "Tim Hofer" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: Re: Random or fixed-effects estimator for ordinal outcomes
Date   Tue, 12 Nov 2002 13:14:40 -0500

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From: "Neumayer,E" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 9:44 AM
Subject: st: Random or fixed-effects estimator for ordinal outcomes

> Does anybody have an estimator for estimating random or fixed-effects
models for ordinal outcomes? Stata has panel estimators for binary and
nominal outcomes, but not for ordinal ones. Any help greatly appreciated.
Eric Neumayer
> *

There is an ologit link for GLLAMM

from the help file:
Generalised linear latent and mixed models

gllamm depvar [varlist] [if exp] [in range] , i(varlist)
         [  nrf(#,...,#) eqs(eqnames) nocorrel
            noconstant offset(varname) geqs(eqnames)
            bmatrix(matrix) ip(string) nip(#,...,#)
            constraints(clist) weight(varname)
            family(family) fv(varname) denom(varname) s(eqname)
            link(link) lv(varname)
            expanded(varname varname string) basecategory(#)
            thresh(eqnames) ethresh(eqnames)
            from(matrix) copy skip long
            lf0(# #) gateaux(# # #) search(#)
            noest eval init adoonly adapt robust
            level(#) eform allc trace nolog dots

where family is                        and link is
                gaussian                       identity
                poisson                        log
                gamma                          reciprocal
                binomial                       logit
                                               cll (complimentary log-log)
                                               ologit (o stands for ordinal)
                                               sprobit (scaled probit)

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