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Re: st: HLM or Stata?
You might wish to check out the Academic Technology Services (at UCLA)
They give a number of examples of applications of multilevel modeling
including panel analysis of NELS data. These include Sophia
Rabe-Hasketh's gllamm routines and others.
The URL is
2100 Linwood Avenue
Fort Lee, NJ
----- Original Message -----
From: Nathan Edward Fosse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, February 2, 2005 5:24 pm
Subject: st: HLM or Stata?
> Hello everyone,
> I am doing a longitudinal analysis of the NELS 2000 data, which is
> made up of
> several panels and where the data are clustered.
> In particular, I am interested in examining teachers' perceptions
> of their
> students when the students are in 10th grade, but my predictor
> variables are
> the students' parental characteristics while the students where in
> 8th grade.
> I was thinking of using HLM to analyze this, but I wanted to know
> first if there
> were any commands in stata for hierarchical linear modeling.
> Moreover, are
> there any great advantages to using HLM over stata? I'm asking
> because I'm
> using a restricted data set on a computer that doesn't have the HLM
> Nathan Fosse
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