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Re: AW: st: Logistic Regression_Unequal Ns (outcomes)


From   Chao Yawo <Yawo1964@yahoo.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: AW: st: Logistic Regression_Unequal Ns (outcomes)
Date   Sun, 8 Mar 2009 11:30:40 -0400

Thanks Martin and Richard,

I am thinking of using the relogit command, but I am wondering how i
could do so, while incorporating complex sampling design
specifications.

Should I just svyset my data and then run the relogit OR

should I just use the relogit command, but specify the weight option
on the command. Even if I do this, there is no way to specify the
strata or the sampling unit commands directly, so would my model be
estimated correctly?

thanks for all your help.

rgds, CY

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On Sun, Mar 8, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Richard Williams
<Richard.A.Williams.5@nd.edu> wrote:
> At 09:58 AM 3/8/2009, Martin Weiss wrote:
>
>> <>
>>
>>
>> Richard,
>>
>> is -relogit- still under active development? Maybe it is so good it does
>> not
>> need any fixes, but it was last touched in 1999.
>>
>> It is not to be found via -findit relogit-, and you cannot -net from- the
>> website you cite. The only way to get it is to unzip the files into the
>> PERSONAL directory... The point is that beginners have a hard time finding
>> it, and that is why the list has to alert them to it over and over...
>
> It is a shame that Gary King doesn't use more conventional ways of sharing
> his Stata programs, but that is his choice.  I notice that he does have a
> relogit list serve and archives listed on his web page, so it looks like he
> maintains some level of support.
>
>
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