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st: Interpretation of gllamm


From   Sanghee Park <selotus@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Interpretation of gllamm
Date   Thu, 8 Mar 2012 16:19:01 -0800

My dependent variable has three categories without order. How can I
interpret the coefficients in the result using gllamm? The
coefficients are not to be treated as linear regressions.

I am also wondering about the meaning of the variances below the
result table. If I am able to say that which level explains more of my
model according to the variance, could you please help me figure this
out?

Thank you.


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gllamm depv indv_1 indv_2 ... indv_8, i(id1 gov1) link(probit)
family(gau) nip(20)

Variance at level 1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  .55589882 (.01871706)
Variances and covariances of random effects
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
***level 2 (id1)
    var(1): .10967495 (.14545997)
***level 3 (gov1)
    var(1): .21990255 (.17504156)

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Sincerely,
Sanghee


--
Sanghee Park,
Research Scholar,
Sol Price School of Public Policy,
University of Southern California
selotus@gmail.com
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