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RE: st: ordered probit and panels
Hi Justina: you could also use reoprob.
Subject: st: ordered probit and panels
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004 09:14:17 +0200
I would like to estimate an ordered probit with a balanced panel of 3-4
waves. When I understand the handbook correctly, there is no xt-command for
that purpose, and svyoprobit applies to a cross section only . Oprobit with
clustering of individuals is no alternative either as the cluster option
does not take into account the 'direction' of the 'correlation'. Besides
gllamm, is there another alternative ?
Any suggestions are welcome.
P.S: I know that I have posted a similar question one year ago, but there
were only 2 waves available at that time. So I could apply oprobit,
cluster(id) in that case.
Dipl.Vw. Justina A.V. Fischer,
SIAW - University of St. Gallen
CH-9000 St. Gallen
Fax: ++41-71-224 2298
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