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Re: st: stata equivalent of proc mixed


From   "Sarah A. Mustillo" <smustillo@psych.duhs.duke.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: stata equivalent of proc mixed
Date   Tue, 25 Nov 2003 16:21:56 -0500

Jim -

Just to follow up on Scott's response - if you are looking to do a random effects model or a repeated measures model with Proc Mixed, xtreg will work. If you want to do a growth curve model, hierarchical model, or mixed model with both random intercepts and random slopes, you'll probably need to look at gllamm. If you give us a better idea what you want to do, we can be more specific about where to look in Stata.

Sarah

--On Tuesday, November 25, 2003 11:53 AM -0800 SR Millis <smillis@kmrrec.org> wrote:


Jim,
There's a variety of options--depending on your model.
For example, gllamm or xtreg.

Scott Millis

--- Jim.Seward@sunhealth.org wrote:
Hi all,

Does Stata have an equivalent of SAS's proc mixed
for time series data?

Thanks,
Jim Seward

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