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Re: st: MP Performance for Structural Equation Models in Stata 12


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: MP Performance for Structural Equation Models in Stata 12
Date   Sat, 2 Jul 2011 18:26:45 +0100

I guess you will need to wait until release and until someone does
these comparisons.

As for -gllamm- (SSC), the questions really are (1) which commands if
any that -gllamm- uses will be faster and (2) which things that
-gllamm- does will be faster done by official Stata commands.

Nick

On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 1:19 PM, William Robert Buchanan
<William@williambuchanan.net> wrote:

> I was just looking through the MP performance report on Stata's website
> (http://stata.com/statamp/report.pdf) and was wondering if anyone had any
> idea regarding performance with the new version of the software.  Like a few
> other users, I would love nothing more than to get rid of the SEM software
> that I have if I can fit the models in Stata.  That being said, I was
> wondering what kind of efficiency gains there are for the different flavors
> of Stata MP with respect to fitting - sem - models?  I think it would also
> be great if there was information available comparing the processing time of
> the different SEM software (i.e., EQS, M-Plus, LISREL, AMOS, etc...) with
> the - sem - command in Stata 12.
>
> I was also wondering if there have been any improvements to the way Stata 12
> will handle - gllamm - compared to previous releases.

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