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Re: st: NASUG'2003 Wishes and Grumbles
> > There is one more item that I remember being mentioned at the session,
> > particularly because if someone else hadn't mentioned it first (I
> > think Fred Wolfe?), I would have done so. I'll paraphrase the way it
> > was brought up at the meeting: Stata needs an answer to SAS's PROC
> > MIXED/SPSS's MIXED/S-Plus's lme.
> > (It would really help to have an answer to SAS's PROC NLMIXED/S-Plus's
> > nlme, too.)
It would really help too if posters could explain/describe -- in as
non-disciplinary-specific way as possible -- what /models/ the modules
in Some Alternative Software or Some Pretty Shocking Software aim to
estimate. Several of us may not use, or not have ready access to, those
packages. We may not know what we are missing. The term "(NL)MIXED" is
not exactly informative.
Professor Stephen P. Jenkins <email@example.com>
Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER)
University of Essex, Colchester, CO4 3SQ, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1206 873374. Fax: +44 (0)1206 873151.
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