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From   "Tulika Narayan" <Tulika_Narayan@abtassoc.com>
To   "statalist" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: what about nlogit and cluster
Date   Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:13:39 -0500

Thanks for letting me know that I just needed to update my stata. Now tell
me does yours version also have nlogit with cluster??

I have not been able to successfully update as yet because I am running
into some problems.  I will try and resolve it my end before I ask
questions on that one!


Best
Tulika





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                      Tulika Narayan                                                                                                   
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I plan to estimate an occupational choice model with job
characeteristics (clogit) with  data that have multiple observations
on the same individuals. To control for the fact the observations are
not independent, I planned to use the cluster option. However, this
is not specified in clogit (or nlogit that I may use).
Any suggestions? Is this related to how the data is set up for clogit
wherein there are multiple rows for each individual depending on how
many choices there are.
Thanks for your help.
Tulika










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