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st: Mixed ordered probit (Stata 13) varying intercept when there is no intercept


From   rraciborski@stata.com (Rafal Raciborski, StataCorp)
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Mixed ordered probit (Stata 13) varying intercept when there is no intercept
Date   Tue, 23 Jul 2013 12:02:29 -0500

Sam <lucaselastic@gmail.com> is asking more questions about the -meoprobit-
parameterization.

-meoprobit- is a direct extension of -oprobit- allowing for multilevel random
intercepts and random coefficients.  Within that framework, -meoprobit- does
not impose any restrictions regarding parameterization.

We are still a little unsure but it is beginning to sound like Sam is
interested in doing a multigroup analysis across males and females in which
case the appropriate framework would be -gsem-.

We will take the discussion off list and try to find out what Sam is
trying to accomplish.

-- Isabel			-- Rafal
icanette@stata.com   		rraciborski@stata.com

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