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Re: st: 3-Level nlogit


From   Brendon Gerding <mutedmuzik@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: 3-Level nlogit
Date   Tue, 28 Jul 2009 14:09:55 +0200

Hi Jeph,

Thanks for your reply, I read the documentation and it seems like
that's what I'm needing. I'm fairly new to Stata though and this is
the first project I am working on, would you mind giving a brief
explanation as to how I would use the xtmelogit command? I've tried to
figure it out but am not sure that what I'm doing is right...

I need to regress employment status of individuals on various factors,
and I suspect that there will be different factors working at
different levels within the employment statuses. The breakdown of
employment status is:

Population: -> Not Economically Active
                -> Economically Active  -> Unemployed
                                                   -> Employed
And then employed may be split further into Formally Employed and
Informally Employed.

Please could you briefly explain how I could set up this regression
using the xtmelogit. The first draft of my honors dissertation is due
in two weeks, and I am desperately needing these results!

Thanks for your time,
Brendon Gerding

On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 1:41 PM, Jeph Herrin<junk@spandrel.net> wrote:
> Look at -xtmelogit- documentation.
>
> hth,
> Jeph
>
>
> Brendon Gerding wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am needing to perform a 3-level nested logistic regression. So far
>> all the commands and examples I have seen only involve 2 levels.
>> Please could anyone offer advice on how to set up the 3-level nlogit,
>> or perhaps where I could look for examples of this kind of thing?
>>
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>> Many Thanks,
>> Brendon Gerding
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