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st: Re: xtlogit vs gllamm


From   Bégin Karine <k.begin@umontreal.ca>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Re: xtlogit vs gllamm
Date   Mon, 29 May 2006 09:15:08 -0400

This message is a follow-up to the one I posted on May 15, 2006.

 

Hi,

 

Following the recommendations on the use of xtlogit that were made to me, I performed a few tests on my data, this time using all the occasions I had for each subject (on average 150 occasions for each respondents) instead of only 8 and I increased the number of integration points.  As a result, my data is less correlated.  This time I get similar results between gllamm and xtlogit, which leads me to conclude, as suggested, that xtlogit may pose a problem when the intraclass correlation is high highly correlated but otherwise works well.  

 

Mr. Linhart said he was interested in seeing the data.  If he still is, I would be glad to send it to him.

 

Thanks again,

Karine Bégin


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