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st: prchange and random effects / random intercepts


From   Tobias Schlager <tobias.schlager@unisg.ch>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: prchange and random effects / random intercepts
Date   Tue, 17 Apr 2012 11:51:16 +0200

Dear List 

I have a question regarding random effects logistic regression. 
Specifically, I wanted to estimate the predicted probabilities of two 
different situations, allowing for random intercepts and slopes. I could 
visualize the two curves via the gllamm package, which did really great on 
this. Now, do you know, is there anything that is comparable to the 
prchange command, which I have used for calculating the difference between 
two curves for fixed effects logistic regressions? 

Any help or workaround would be amazing. 
Thanks a lot in advance, 

Tobias
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