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Re: st: Multinomial Logistic Regression with Panel Data


From   Slim Souissi <souissis@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Multinomial Logistic Regression with Panel Data
Date   Tue, 27 Mar 2012 00:15:04 +0200

Thank you Richard for your email and the suggestions you sent through.
Yes, you're right; I meant the dependent variable (y).

Clearly, the command reporob is not installed :
. reoprob dependent_var var1 var2 var3
unrecognized command:  reoprob
r(199);

I am new to Stata. Currently I am looking how to install the module /
command "reoprob". I tried the following command but it does not work.
FYI: I am using Stata/SE 11.1 for Windows.

. ssc install reoprob
ssc install: "reoprob" not found at SSC, type -findit reoprob-
(To find all packages at SSC that start with r, type -ssc describe r-)
r(601);


. ssc describe reoprob
ssc describe: "reoprob" not found at SSC, type -findit reoprob-
(To find all packages at SSC that start with r, type -ssc describe r-)
r(601);

I am interested if someone has any idea.

Thank you.
Best.

On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:01 AM, Richard Williams
<richardwilliams.ndu@gmail.com> wrote:
> At 06:35 PM 3/25/2012, Slim Souissi wrote:
>>
>> Dear Stata community,
>>
>> I am using Stata in order to make a logistic regression analysis. The
>> independent variable is an ordered multinomial variable (Credit
>> Ratings (AAA, AA+, etc.) transformed into numerical data) and I will
>> have to deal with a panel data.
>
>
> Do you mean the DEPENDENT variable is ordered multinomial?
>
> You might take a look at the user-written -reoprob- routine, available from
> SSC. Paul Allison's book "Fixed effects regression models" has some tips
> starting on p. 42 for response variables with more than 2 categories, either
> ordered or unordered. If you could justify dichotomizing the DV, then
> xtlogit could be used. Several other suggestions were tossed out here and
> you could probably find more going through the archives:
> http://statalist.1588530.n2.nabble.com/Panel-Multinomial-Logistic-Model-td5094938.html
>
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