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Re: st: 95%CrI
Re: st: 95%CrI
Sun, 11 Nov 2012 19:17:18 -0800 (PST)
Many thanks that was helpful.
--- On Thu, 11/8/12, Dirk Enzmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Dirk Enzmann <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: st: 95%CrI
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012, 3:31 AM
> Presumably, Srinivas refers to the
> credible (confidence) intervall of the MOR as discussed in
> Merlo et al. (2006), see
> As far as I know, this is not (yet) possible using Stata.
> When asking Juan Merlo directly, his answer was:
> "The 95% credible interval is based on the Bayesian MCMC
> estimation. You use the extreme 2.5% of the posterior
> distribution of the second level variance and calculate the
> MOR for these limits. This is easy to obtain in MLwiN and I
> think now you can run the MLwiN within STATA. Hope my
> explanation helps you."
> See also -findit runmlwin- .
> Surely, there is an absurdity to run a multilevel model
> using Stata, run an .ado-file (see -findit xtmrho-) to
> calculate the MOR, and then run the same model again in
> MLwiN to obtain its 95% credibility interval.
> At 08.11.2012 08:33, Srinivas<email@example.com>
> > Hi
> > can anyone tell me the stata command or module to
> calculte 95% Credible Interval (95%CrI) for Median odds
> > and also
> > stata command or module to calculte IOR-80 and Sorting
> out index.
> > your time an dhelp si appreciated
> Dr. Dirk Enzmann
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