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Re: st: GLLAMM question


From   Stas Kolenikov <skolenik@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: GLLAMM question
Date   Wed, 28 Mar 2012 21:21:12 -0500

Alexandra,

this looks like a job for -margins- command. Study the help file and
examples to fine tune it to your problem at hand. It may be as simple
as

margins MyImportantDummy

probably with -atmeans- option.

On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Alexandra Mahler-Haug
<alexandra.mahlerhaug@gmail.com> wrote:
> Using a gllamm model, I am trying to estimate the resulting
> probabilities that my dichotomous dependent variable==1 from changing
> the value of one dichotomous independent variable (setting the value
> of the independent variable in question at "1" and "0") while holding
> all other of my independent variables at their means/modes.
>
> Previously in my research, I used a one-level logit model in Stata and
> CLARIFY to estimate the change in probability (that my dichotomous
> dependent variable==1) which resulted from changing a dichotomous
> independent variable from 1 to 0 (while setting all other independent
> variables at their means/modes).
>
> However, the gllamm model is not supported by Clarify.  I believe that
> there may be another way through Stata to set the values of
> independent variables at different levels and then compute the
> resulting probabilities that the dichotomous dependent variable==1
> (under the estimated parameters of the gllamm model). I have not used
> gllapred or gllasim, but both of those appear to not offer an option
> to "set" the values of the independent variables (setting one
> independent variable at 0 and then 1 while also setting all other
> independent variables at their means/modes) and then calculate the
> probability that the dependent variable==1.
>
> I hope my question is understandable - any information/guidance would
> be much appreciated!
>
> All the best,
> Alexandra Mahler-Haug
>
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