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Re: st: mim: xtmelogit & mim: xtmixed

From   Kris Anderson <>
Subject   Re: st: mim: xtmelogit & mim: xtmixed
Date   Wed, 22 Apr 2009 09:53:27 -0700

Sorry about that. I am new to Statalist and the protocol.

Here's what I tried to do:

mim: xtmixed avgdrink age sex gradedich white hisp affil socanx saaff_int if currentdrinker > 0, || mid_sch:, covariance(independent)

forvalues i = 1/35 {
xtmixed avgdrink age sex gradedich white hisp affil socanx saaff_int || mid_sch:, covariance(independent) if _mj==`i'}

I can get estimates for the integrated model but I am trying to see the models for all 35 iterations in order to estimate overall Rs and p-values for the models. I have done this successfully with standard regressions but it stalls after the mim line here.

Maarten buis wrote:
--- On Wed, 22/4/09, Kris Anderson wrote:
I am trying to run mim: xtmelogit and am running into
errors. Has anyone successfully run this application?

*------------------ begin example -------------------------
webuse bangladesh, clear
xtmelogit c_use urban age child* || district:

replace urban = . if runiform() < invlogit(-2 + c_use)
replace age = . if runiform() < invlogit(-2 + c_use)

ice c_use urban age child*, m(5) clear

mim, cat(fit) : xtmelogit c_use urban age child* || district:
*------------------ end example ---------------------------

Notice that I am not claiming that this imputation model
(the -ice- command) which ignores the nested structure is appropriate --- it probably isn't --- it is just there
to illustrate the mechanics of how to specify the -mim-
command in combination with -xtmelogit-.

Also, I have successfully run mim: xtmixed but cannot get
the independent model estimates to run. I saw a post
sometime ago with a similar problem but no solution posted.
Has anyone solved this issue?

I don't understand this question, what do you mean with
independent model (it could mean many things), and what
earlier post are you referring to? More generally, you could have made it a lot easier for us to answer your question by stating what you typed, what you expected as output, and what the actual output was. Statements like "running into errors" don't help much in trying to nail down what the problem is.
Hope this helps,

Maarten L. Buis
Institut fuer Soziologie
Universitaet Tuebingen
Wilhelmstrasse 36
72074 Tuebingen

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