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From   "Dr Philipe Arvers" <arvers@crssa.net>
To   "statalist-hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Stata proc equivalent
Date   Fri, 06 Dec 2002 09:46:05 -0600

Does anyone know what the Stata equivalent is of the SAS proc callis, used
for the structural modelling equations (eqs) ?
Thank you in advance

Philippe Arvers
CRSSA Grenoble
France


I have not done a thorough comparison, but I am
quite sure that GLLAMM will do most of what
CALIS will do and more. CALIS has a multi-group
feature that GLLAMM may not be able to do, or
perhaps can be coaxed to do via some trick.

Having said that, I would also suggest that you
look carefully at M-Plus, which is a marvelous piece
of software. Details at www.statmodel.com

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