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st: st: question about multinomial transition model
The full reference is Diggle & Zeger (1994) Analysis of Longitudinal data. Oxford : Oxford university press.
My model is about competing risk factor model. I have four competing risk factors, let say A, B , C and D and 6 explanatory variables. I want to estimate the transitions from state A at one time to the next time or visit with include the explanatory variables. It mean tried to estimate the rates transition probabilities pr(Yij |Yij-1)plus the effect of explanatory variables (sort of Markov chain regression model for multinomial responses).
Thank you in advance for the sugessions of software that can fit the above model.
> > I am now doing modelling on competing risk model. More specifically
> > in Multinomial transition model (eg. Diggle & Ziger, 1994). I am
> > desperate need of software that can model multinomial transition
> > model. Any suggestions are welcome.
> Please provide more details about the nature of a "multinomial
> transition model", and a full reference for Diggle and Ziger.
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