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Re: st: glm and proc mixed
There is no full equivalent in Stata to PROC MIXED.
Limited capability in Stata itself is provided by some, but not all, of the
xt series of commands: xtreg, xtlogit, xttobit, xtregar, xtrchh, xtprobit,
xtpoisson, xtnbreg, xtivreg, xtintreg, xthtaylor, xtcloglog, xtabond. In
general, these commands often allow for a random intercept, but not random
covariate effects, and often have little capability to model between or
within panel error covariance.
Alternatively, a much more flexible user written program is available:
gllamm. GLLAMM also has limited capability for applying structured
There is not, at this time, a full equivalent to Proc Mixed. Stata is
reportedly working on one; many of us are anxiously awaiting it's release.
Cornell University Dept. of Animal Science
At 04:22 PM 4/22/03 +0200, you wrote:
I have to study generalized linear regression model with repeated measures.
I know that with SAS, the function is PROC MIXED
What is the equivalent with Stata ?
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