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Mon, 15 Aug 2011 00:07:17 +0300
Thanks for Christopher and Richard for answering my previous question.
I have another question. I want to use -gllamm- to estimate a survival model and compare results from other models like --xtcloglog- and -pgmhaz-. I tried also -hshaz- but it takes a lot of time until convergence.
The problem with -gllamm- is that it even does not start iteration. It just says that 'variables have been dropped, can't continue'.
I did _rmcoll and found only one variable which was collinear with other variable. i threw it out but it still keeps on telling me the same response over and over again, even as I threw out some more suspicious variables.
I don't use any interaction variables in my model.
Does anybody have any idea how to tackle this problem?
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