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st: new version of -hlm- available on SSC


From   "reardon, sean f." <sreardon@stanford.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: new version of -hlm- available on SSC
Date   Mon, 12 Jun 2006 15:51:44 -0700

thanks to kit baum, an update to the -hlm- package is available from the
SSC archive.

To install the update, type

 . ssc install hlm, replace

-hlm- is a set of stata commands that serve as a stata-user interface to
the multilevel modeling program HLM (written by steve raudenbush and
colleagues).  the -hlm- commands allow stata users to run HLM from
within Stata.  the primary change in the new version of -hlm- is that
the command is now compatible with -estout- (thanks ben jann for help
here), and reads the output produced by HLM into stored matrices,
macros, and scalars in Stata (type -ereturn list- after running -hlm- to
see what is saved.

note: to use the -hlm- commands, you must have HLM v.6 installed in your
computer, and must have the directory of the HLM program set in your
PATH command.

best,
sean.

_____________________________
 
sean f. reardon
associate professor of education and (by courtesy) sociology
school of education, CERAS building 
520 galvez mall, #526
stanford university
stanford, ca 94305-3084
650.736.8517 (office phone)
650.723.9931 (office fax)
sean.reardon@stanford.edu
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