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st: interpreting output of mim gllamm models


From   jl591164@albany.edu
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: interpreting output of mim gllamm models
Date   Wed, 30 Jun 2010 18:36:33 -0400 (EDT)

I run a -mim, cat(fit): gllammt- three level logit model for multiple
imputed data. The output looks like the table below. I do not understand
what FMI, NSCA1, and NSCA2 mean. Anyone knows what they mean? Thanks a lot
in advance.


 Y|         Coef.  Std. Err.     t    P>|t|    [95% Conf. Int.]     FMI
-------------+--------------------------------------------------------------X1
   |  -.550953   .041775  -13.19   0.000   -.635793 -.466114   0.365
X2    |   .082396   .023805    3.46   0.001    .034555  .130237   0.302
-------------+--------------------------------------------------------------
NSCA1 |    1.5275    .04417   34.58   0.000    1.44037  1.61463   0.136
NSCA2 |     .0728   .522183    0.14   0.898   -1.62878  1.77438   0.993

Junqing
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