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st: Random Slope, Binary Outcome and AME


From   Thomas Schübel <thomas.schuebel@wiso.uni-erlangen.de>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Random Slope, Binary Outcome and AME
Date   Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:37:06 +0100

dear all,

i am working with community clustered data on health inequalities. the hypothesis is that community (level 2) attributes like local economic deprivation are buffering/strengthen the relation between individual income and individual health. That all works for continous outcome data (like self reported health), but for my binary outome (diagnosis yes-no) i am quite confused. i have to report average marginal effects (there might be different possibilities, but i definitely have to report them).

Which stata command is working for random intercept / random slope models with a binary outcome and can be combined with a command creating average marginal effects?

thanks a lot for your help
thomas
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