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Re: AW: st: Logistic Regression_Unequal Ns (outcomes)

From   Chao Yawo <>
Subject   Re: AW: st: Logistic Regression_Unequal Ns (outcomes)
Date   Sun, 8 Mar 2009 11:30:40 -0400

Thanks Martin and Richard,

I am thinking of using the relogit command, but I am wondering how i
could do so, while incorporating complex sampling design

Should I just svyset my data and then run the relogit OR

should I just use the relogit command, but specify the weight option
on the command. Even if I do this, there is no way to specify the
strata or the sampling unit commands directly, so would my model be
estimated correctly?

thanks for all your help.

rgds, CY


On Sun, Mar 8, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Richard Williams
<> wrote:
> At 09:58 AM 3/8/2009, Martin Weiss wrote:
>> <>
>> Richard,
>> is -relogit- still under active development? Maybe it is so good it does
>> not
>> need any fixes, but it was last touched in 1999.
>> It is not to be found via -findit relogit-, and you cannot -net from- the
>> website you cite. The only way to get it is to unzip the files into the
>> PERSONAL directory... The point is that beginners have a hard time finding
>> it, and that is why the list has to alert them to it over and over...
> It is a shame that Gary King doesn't use more conventional ways of sharing
> his Stata programs, but that is his choice.  I notice that he does have a
> relogit list serve and archives listed on his web page, so it looks like he
> maintains some level of support.
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