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st: Re: multilevel+multinomial model


From   "horace Roman" <horace.roman@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Re: multilevel+multinomial model
Date   Mon, 30 Jul 2007 07:57:30 +0200

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> Dear Statalisters
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> I would like to ask your help
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> I have to carry out a multivariate analysis in a large cohort including women delivered through 170 different maternity units.
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> The primary outcome is a variable in 3 classes (delivery: 0=vaginal, 1=cesarean section during labor, 2=elective cesarean section) – so I must use the multinomial model (mlogit); Risk factors are related to women features, newborns' birthweight, and maternity units characteristics.
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> However, one of my risk factors is a cluster variable, related to maternity units (maternity unit award: 0=teaching public hospital, 1=non-teaching public hospital, 2=private hospital). If my primary outcome had been a variable in 2 classes, I would have performed a multilevel model (glamm)
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> How could I write my commands in order to be able to do both models in the same time?
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> Thank you so much for your advice
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> Sincerely
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> Horace
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> --
> Horace Roman
>
> Doctorant en Epidémiologie
> Unité de recherche épidémiologique en santé périnatale et en santé des
> femmes, INSERM U149,
> Université "Pierre et Marie Curie" Paris 6
> 82 Avenue Denfert-Rochereau,
> 75014 Paris
>
> Gynécologue-obstétricien
> Clinique Gynécologique et Obstétricale
> Centre Hospitalier Universitaire "Charles Nicolle"
> 76031 Rouen
>
> tel: 06 14 12 60 92
> fax: 08 25 17 54 80

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