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Re: st: Beta's and xtmixed

From   Richard Goldstein <>
Subject   Re: st: Beta's and xtmixed
Date   Mon, 22 Oct 2012 10:44:12 -0400

I think that Jay is confused here; -xtmixed- is not a logit model;
-xtmelogit- is Stata's name for a mixed effects logit model


On 10/22/12 10:31 AM, JVerkuilen (Gmail) wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Filip Van Droogenbroeck
> <> wrote:
>> Hello, everybody,
>> I'm trying to get beta's for the -xtmixed- multilevel regression
>> command. There is no beta option for the xtmixed command. Anybody knows if there is a good reason for this? By using esttab I can get beta's after xtmixed. Can these beta's be trusted after the xtmixed command? Or are they only correct when doing normal linear regression?
> Standardized regression coefficients, which is what I assume you want,
> don't really mean the same thing in a mixed logit model as in linear
> regression, because while the variance of the x variables is
> meaningful, the variance of the linear predictor is set by choice of
> the logit link to pi^2/3. You really can't compare them across models
> readily. Usually you want to use standardized regression coefficients
> across models, so this is a problem.
> See Bauer, D.J. (2009). A note on comparing the estimates of models
> for cluster-correlated or longitudinal data with binary or ordinal
> outcomes. Psychometrika, 74, 97-105.
> Chances are good you can get what you want with predicted
> probabilities computed on relevant scenarios, though that's not always
> true.
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