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RE: st: Zero Inflated Negative Binomial Model on Panel Data?
there was a recent thread on "responses to new users" that may be relevant or of note to you to increase the likelihood of having your queries answered.
i used stata 8.2 and had never before had to run zip or zinb but a quick check on [R] did not show random effects option, unless it was built-in into the command itself.
but "I was wondering if it was possible to run a zero inflated negative binomial model on panel data with a random effects specification." would come under "why not just run it on your panel data and post the lists the outputs/problems along with your queries" response. i am almost certain that would elicit more response than the rather broad "Any comments or suggestions..."
perhaps then experienced listers can better advice you either with a work-around or better model specifications etc to help you.
> Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 09:46:38 -0700
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: st: Zero Inflated Negative Binomial Model on Panel Data?
> Hi all,
> I posted this enquiry about a week back but did not get any response. Hoping for better luck this time. I was wondering if it was possible to run a zero inflated negative binomial model on panel data with a random effects specification. I tried the "zinb" command but did not get it to consider group effects. Any comments or suggestions will be really appreciated.
> Cheers, Sandip
> Sandip Basu
> Department of Management
> University of Washington
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