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From   "Jackson, Theron Keith (UMSL-Student)" <tkjgx2@umsl.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: RE: xtmelogit
Date   Sat, 14 Nov 2009 12:51:30 -0600

I'll try that question again.  Thanks Martin for the obvious.
  
My Level 2 variables are capitalized and consist of County - Racial_Ethnic_Heterogeneity
My level 1 variables are lower cased and consist of age - arrest
Res_Zip is my random intercept 
I also want to calculate random effects on Race_Ethnicity_Hispanic2
 
My question was do you separate out level one and level two
variables when you use xtmelogit? Or did I write the syntax correct?
 

 

I am in need of some assistance. My syntax reads:

xi: xtmelogit meth County High_School_Education College_Education
M_Unemployment Household_Language Racial_Ethnic_Heterogeneity age
race_ethnicity_hispanic2 race_ethnicity_black2
race_ethnicity_americanIndian2 degree married employment3 violent_charge
arrest || Res_Zip: Race_Ethnicity_Hispanic2

The bold is my level 2 variables
The italics are my level 1 variables
Res_Zip is my random intercept. I also want to calculate random effecs on
Race_Ethnicity_Hispanic2

I guess my overall question is do you separate out level one and level two
variables when you use xtmelogit? Or did I write the syntax correct above?

Thank you all in advance,


Theron Jackson

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