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Re: st: RE: Logistic Regression Mixed Models

Subject   Re: st: RE: Logistic Regression Mixed Models
Date   Mon, 25 Apr 2005 14:53:14 EDT

Stata 9 may well have this capability. Mixed  models is now a part of the 
package, among many other features.
Joe  Hilbe
i don't know any commands in stata  that will give you the estimates you
want (other than -gllamm- and  -xtlogit-).

the HLM software package will give you PQL and Laplace  estimates for
multilevel logistic models.  if you have HLM v. 6  installed on your
machine, you can run HLM from within stata (v8+) using the  -hlm- command
(downloadable from SSC by typing "ssc install hlm").

i'm  pretty sure MlWin will give you MCMC estimates, though i've never
used  it.



please note new  contact information:

sean f.  reardon
associate professor of education and (by courtesy)  sociology
school of education
485 lasuen mall, #315
stanford  university
stanford, ca 94305-3096
650.736.8517 (office  phone)
650.725.7412 (office  fax)

-----Original  Message-----
[]  On Behalf Of Bryan W.
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2005 7:20 AM
Subject: st: Logistic Regression Mixed  Models

Hi all --

I'm am interested in estimating logistic  regression models with random 
effects and comparing estimates from xtlogit  and gllamm to estimates 
obtained from other estimation approaches such as  marginal
(MQL), penalized or predictive quasi-likelihood  (PQL), 
Laplace  approximation, or Markov chain Monte Carlo  algorithms.

Can anyone point me toward modules, ado files, or anything  that can run
Stata to obtain such  estimates?
Bryan  W. Griffin
Curriculum, Foundations, & Reading
P.O. Box 8144
Georgia  Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460-8144

Phone:  912-681-0488

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