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st: GLLAMM multilevel modeling and -estsave-
Thank you very much Michael and Stas for your
contributions. Michael, would you be able to direct
me to any additional info on that -estsave- command?
I didn't see it in the online help.
--- Michael Ingre <Michael.Ingre@ipm.ki.se> wrote:
> On 2004-11-22, at 22.12, Stas Kolenikov wrote:
> > A UNIX cluster however can provide
> > the reliability and uptime measured in months
> rather than in hours for
> > a Windows machine. Besides, if one is estimating
> five or ten models in
> > -gllamm-, that can easily be put into separate
> do-files thus using
> > multiple processors more efficiently.
> I see what you mean. I could really have made use of
> a cluster a few
> months ago. I ran 10 models on 4 computers in
> parallel for the better
> part of a week. It was a bit complicated copying
> files making sure not
> to overwrite an estimated model, because I used
> Macintoshes, at least I
> benefited from the reliability and uptime of UNIX.
> And many thanks to
> Michael Blasnik for -estsave-. Without it it ... I
> don't know what I
> would have done.
> > although I heard that Stata Corp. has been looking
> > multithreading some of their code.
> That's interesting. If you a right then I hope they
> will focus on
> -gllamm- related code. This could mean a
> considerable performance boost
> for anyone with a dual or multiprocessor system.
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Dari Elise Sylvester
Department of Political Science, Stony Brook University
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