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Re: st: Help from gllamm users
On 2004-11-10, at 16.00, Guillaume Frechette wrote:
Dear gllamm users, I am doing a simulation using gllamm and I want to
The scalar -e(ic)- seems to report the number of Newton-Raphson
iterations and the log for the 20 last iterations seems to be reported
in the matrix -e(ilog)-. If I remember correctly from the manuals and
the book on ml estimation by Gould et al, these results are posted
directly by -ml-.
the maximum number of iterations gllamm can do (using it(#)). After
of gllamm the program saves the p-value one of the coefficients.
when gllamm reaches the value specified in it(#) I would like to set
value to missing. Can someone tell me if gllamm saves a result that
allow me to write a code that sets that value to missing? Something
number of iterations it performed. Thanks in advance.
However, there seem to be no report of the adaptive quadrature
iterations which complicate things i.e. if you want to use the -adapt-
option (as you probably should).
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