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Re: st: Mixed Models

From   "Raphael Fraser" <>
Subject   Re: st: Mixed Models
Date   Thu, 19 Apr 2007 12:48:56 -0500

I should have stated that I am already some what familiar with xtreg,
xtgegar, xtmixed and some other xt commands. My post was two-fold.
First, I am trying to build a tool kit of commands used for fitting
mixed models including user-written programs. And second, I would like
to ask if Stata can fit mixed models with fixed effects + random
effects + stochastic process + pure measurement error.


On 4/19/07, Sebastian F. Büchte <> wrote:

have you tried

-search mixed models- ?

Issueing this command within you Stata command window will yield
plenty of results including the following:


[XT]    xtmixed . . . . . . . . . . Multilevel mixed-effects linear regression
        (help xtmixed)

[XT]    xtreg .  Fixed-, between-, & random-effects, & pop.-ave. linear models
        (help xtreg)


I is always a good idea to try out -search- and -findit-. So here is
what is written on these two commands in Statalist's Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ):

1. Before you post
Before posting, consider other ways of finding information:

    * the manual

    * the online help for Stata

        search can tell you about all built-in Stata commands, all
ado-files published in Stata Technical Bulletins or the Stata Journal,
and all FAQs on the Stata web site,

        findit can tell you about not only all of the above, but also
about user-written Stata programs available on the Internet.


You will find the link to the complete Statalist FAQ at the end of this E-Mail.


On 4/19/07, Raphael Fraser <> wrote:
> What are the commands and user-written programs used to fit mixed
> effects models in Stata?
> Raphael
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