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Re: st: longitudinal ordinal regression


From   David Jacobs <jacobs.184@sociology.osu.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: longitudinal ordinal regression
Date   Wed, 03 Jun 2009 13:12:26 -0400

Perhaps not exactly what you are asking, but the econometrics program call Limdep has ordinal logit and probit panel models.

Dave Jacobs

At 05:30 PM 6/2/2009, you wrote:
Hi,

I-emailed statalist about a month back regarding longitudinal ordinal regression in STATA (as I couldn't find anything such as `xtologit').

A few people recommended that I should use GLLAMM or ologit (with `cluster id' option). But there is no option to specify the type of covariance structure (unstructured, ar1 etc.) on either of them if I am not wrong. I think the cluster(id) option for ologit (or i(id) for GLLAMM) are just nesting the observations by their respective ids.

I was wondering if anyone can point out some other models which could take care of this problem (specifying covariance structure in a longitudinal OLR)?

     Thanks,

        Joey





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