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Re: st: gllamm, marginal effects and hierarchical clustering


From   Nikos Nikiforakis <n.nikiforakis@unimelb.edu.au>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: gllamm, marginal effects and hierarchical clustering
Date   Thu, 17 Aug 2006 14:15:23 +1000

Dear Christian,

thanks for your reply. I believe I tried all the possible mfx commands, but i am still unable to get the appropriate marginal effects (I do get results if I simply write 'mfx' but the results are identical to that of gllamm).

Would you happen to have any specific suggestions?

Sorry for bothering you again.

Best
Nikos


At 04:04 PM 16/08/2006, you wrote:

mfx should work after gllamm. You could use xtprobit as an alternative to gllamm.

Nikos Nikiforakis wrote:

Dear all,

I have the following problem and I would really be grateful to anyone who can provide me with an answer.

I am using gllamm to estimate a probit with hierarchical clustering (of the type pupil-school). However, I need to get the marginal effects of the independent variables (and the respective standard errors). Does anyone know how to do this?

Alternatively, do you know of another way to do a probit with hierarchical clustering in STATA (that is, by using any of the 'standard' commands and not gllamm)?

Best regards,
Nikos

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