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st: Analysis of ranked data


From   "John Gelissen" <j.p.t.m.gelissen@uvt.nl>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Analysis of ranked data
Date   Mon, 23 Jul 2007 12:33:03 +0200

Dear Statalist members,

I would like to analyze ranking data in which respondents select three
alternatives they like best from a total of six alternatives, but
respondents are not requested to express they preferences among the three
selected alternatives. According to the reference guide of Stata 9, it is
not possible to estimate a rologit model for this case. Is there a procedure
available for analyzing my problem in Stata?

Any suggestion is welcome

Thanks, cordially

Dr. John Gelissen
Assistant Professor
Department of Methodology and Statistics
Tilburg University
POBox 90153
5000LE Tilburg
The Netherlands
Tel: +031 13 4662974


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