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Re: st: Mlogit and gllamm


From   "Arne Risa Hole" <arnehole@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Mlogit and gllamm
Date   Thu, 3 Jul 2008 10:30:39 +0100

Bret,

If your model has only two levels, i.e. it is a standard random
effects type model, you could use my -mixlogit- module wich was
published in Stata Journal 7(3). If you don't have access to the
journal you can download a pre-publication draft from my website
<http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~ah522/home.htm>.

-mixlogit- uses simulation rather than quadrature to approximate the
likelihood function which is faster if you have more than 3-4
alternatives in your model.

Arne

2008/7/2 Howrey, Bret T. <bthowrey@utmb.edu>:
> Listers,
>
> I need to run mlogit, multilevel models on panel data.  There does not appear to be an easy way to fit this outside of gllamm.  So, two questions:
>
> 1. Is there another way (gllamm is wonderfully versatile but wee bit resource intensive)
> 2. If I have to use gllamm, do the data have to be in expaned form?
>
> Appreciate any thoughts
> Thanks
> Bret
>
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