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Re: st: Pattern mixture models

From   Robert A Yaffee <>
Subject   Re: st: Pattern mixture models
Date   Wed, 25 Jun 2003 21:15:26 -0400

  You might configure a pattern dropout vector and multiply it by your other main and interaction effects so as to render all such effects interactions within the GEE framwork.
  - Bob Yaffee

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----- Original Message -----
From: John Hennen <>
Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 5:46 pm
Subject: st: Pattern mixture models

> Statalist-
> Does anyone know if there has there been a Stata implementation of the
> "generalized linear mixture models for handling nonignorable 
> dropouts in
> longitudinal studies" proposed by Fitzmaurice and Laird (2000).
> Citation:  Fitzmaurice GM, Laird NM. Generalized linear mixture models
> for handling nonignorable dropouts in longitudinal studies.
> Biostatistics 2000;1:141-156.
> findit pattern mixture models and findit linear mixture models 
> turns up
> nothing at all.
> John Hennen
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