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st: RE: svy commands for random effects model
"could not find" does not indicate how you looked, but
on the face of it, even in Stata 9.2 there is no
command combining -svy- and -xt-. The law of -svy- non-expertise
is that you're wrong even when you think you are right,
so someone may correct me on that.
You should certainly -update- from Stata 8.0 to 8.2,
as you are missing many small extras and bug fixes.
Upgrading to 9 is also naturally recommended, as -svy- stuff
is subject to substantial version-on-version improvement.
Stuff you want that is added in future will be incompatible
> I am working on an analysis that will require the use of a
> random effects model on a data set that includes two
> observations per individual. The general form of the code I
> am using to estimate the model is:
> xtreg y x1 x2 x3, re i(id)
> (id = the case id for each individual)
> The sample uses a stratified cluster design and I therefore
> have to use the svy commands when analyzing this data set.
> I am using Stata 8.0 and could not find any documentation on
> the application of svy commands with estimating a random
> effects model.
> Is there a svy command or some other procedure available so
> that I can obtain the correct standard errors for this model?
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