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Re: st: Are my -xtmixed- intercepts accurate?


From   Brandon Olszewski <olszewski.brandon@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Are my -xtmixed- intercepts accurate?
Date   Wed, 18 Aug 2010 12:40:49 -0700

Hi David:
Thank you for responding.
It did end abruptly because it was too long. I should have looked (on
the list - and not just my email).
I apologize to the list, as I know that was not good etiquette. I
really appreciate the list, and have searched it tons as I keep
learning what stata can do.
Here's the rest of my post - it focuses the issue to my questions:

>>>
...I compared these predicted intercepts to the actual scores (by
teacher using -list-), and also to those calculated using a Bayes’
prediction with:
quietly xtmixed avg time tx || tid: tx, cov(un) || id:, cov(uns) mle
predict eb1 eb2 eb3, reffects
list id eb1 eb2 eb3 teacher_id if student_id<100



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