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Re: st: Weighting in gllamm with imputed data


From   "Ada C. Chen" <ada08chen@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Weighting in gllamm with imputed data
Date   Wed, 7 Mar 2007 12:33:00 -0500

Hi Claudia,

Sorry to bring this isse back to discussion again. (I was not able to
work due to an accident last month.)

In your kindly response, does it mean that I basically should not use
gllamm based on the imputed data sets? Last time I told you the gllamm
with weighting variable work was because I tried the program on my
original data (without imputation). I wonder does it make sense that I
run my growth-curve model by using gllamm with each imputed data set
(I have 5 imputed sets), then compare whether the five sets of output
differ or not to determine whether to use imputation in my analysis.

Sincerely,

Ada


2007/2/11, Claudia L. Rangel <rangel4@uiuc.edu>:
Hi Ada,

You mention that you are using imputed data by means of the ICE
command. If your dataset is of a multilevel nature, then ICE is not
appropriate, since it only imputes with flat data structures; unless
there have been updates that I am not aware of.

Best,

Claudia

On 1/31/07, Chen Ada <ada08chen@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I've been trying to apply weight (pweight) in gllamm for a miltilevel
> model. The data I use is an imputed data by using ice.  But I keep
> getting an error message about not able to find the weight variable.
> Is there anyone ever successfully use weight option in gllamm? Please
> help! Many Thanks!
>
> Best,
>
> Ada C. Chen
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