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st: new version of -hlm- available on SSC

From   "reardon, sean f." <>
To   <>
Subject   st: new version of -hlm- available on SSC
Date   Mon, 12 Jun 2006 15:51:44 -0700

thanks to kit baum, an update to the -hlm- package is available from the
SSC archive.

To install the update, type

 . ssc install hlm, replace

-hlm- is a set of stata commands that serve as a stata-user interface to
the multilevel modeling program HLM (written by steve raudenbush and
colleagues).  the -hlm- commands allow stata users to run HLM from
within Stata.  the primary change in the new version of -hlm- is that
the command is now compatible with -estout- (thanks ben jann for help
here), and reads the output produced by HLM into stored matrices,
macros, and scalars in Stata (type -ereturn list- after running -hlm- to
see what is saved.

note: to use the -hlm- commands, you must have HLM v.6 installed in your
computer, and must have the directory of the HLM program set in your
PATH command.


sean f. reardon
associate professor of education and (by courtesy) sociology
school of education, CERAS building 
520 galvez mall, #526
stanford university
stanford, ca 94305-3084
650.736.8517 (office phone)
650.723.9931 (office fax)

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