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st: Goodness of Fit Measures Following xtlogit and xtreg on MI data?


From   Traci Schlesinger <traci.schlesinger@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Goodness of Fit Measures Following xtlogit and xtreg on MI data?
Date   Wed, 13 Apr 2011 20:31:38 -0500

Dear Statalisters:

I estimated xtlogit and xtreg models on multiply imputed data (see
model below). My data is individual-level data clustered by counties,
thus the use of county-level random-effects.

A reviewer has asked me to include goodness-of-fit measures in my
tables (e.g. a pseudo-R2). I saw the FAQ about calculating
goodness-of-fit measures using the log-likelihoods of your constant
only and full models. However, i don't get log-likelihoods when using
xtlogit command in combination with the mi command.

Is there anyway for me to calculate a goodness-of-fit measure after
the below model?

Thanks!
traci

mi estimate, dots: xtlogit incarcerate black latino young1 young2
drugt log_tot chg1att second_felony cjstatus priarr prifconv primconv
pripris y1998 y2000 y2002 y2004 y2006 if guidelines_cat == 0
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