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Re: st: RE: how to create a HLM dataset
Nick, as for the first solution, can you give me more hint?
I do not know how to set up the structure identifiers.
Quoting Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> You can use -egen, seq()- to set up a
> structure of identifiers. Recall that this
> was an answer to one of your previous questions.
> Alternatively, if you want to mimic the structure
> of the USA, just borrow a real dataset with
> existing identifiers and then create your
> "random counts" according to whatever precise
> recipe you have in mind.
> > I want to create a dataset which has a hierarchical linear structure.
> > for example, a structure of states, counties:
> > 50 states in total. For each state, create counties with
> > random county counts.
> > Then for each county, create school districts with random counts.
> > Does anyone have any idea how to do this by stata?
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