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st: Update to - domin - on SSC


From   Joseph Luchman <jluchman@gmail.com>
To   statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Update to - domin - on SSC
Date   Wed, 19 Feb 2014 13:14:15 -0800

With many thanks to Kit Baum, the version of - domin - on SSC has been
updated to version 3.

Major updates include:

1] Fit metrics -  No longer forced to work with R2 metrics.  Any valid
model fit metric can be used. A discussion of what a valid fit metric
would be is included in the help file.

2] Estimation commands - increased flexibility of estimation commands
to be used by - domin -.  Any command that follows standard syntax
could potentially be used and other commands can be adapted to fit.

3] Multivariate and mixed effects dominance - allow the user to easily
conduct mutivariate regression-based and linear mixed effects
regression-based dominance analysis using wrapper programs mvdom and
mixdom incorporated into - domin - package.  These programs can also
be used as templates to extend domin's functionality to other commands
not yet incorporated.

4] Error fixes - error related to reported number of observations
fixed when strongly collinear variables dropped.

5] Multiple imputation - added multiple imputation support

6] Help file - greatly expanded, clarified, and updated the help file

 7] Replay - functionality added to make command work more like
traditional Stata commands (i.e., typing "domin" after a run of
"domin" will replay the results.

  As always I welcome suggestions, comments, and encourage users to
contact me with reports of program bugs.

  To install - domin - type:

ssc install domin

  To update - domin - type:

adoupdate domin, update

- joe

Joseph Nicholas Luchman, Ph.D.
----
Behavioral Statistics Lead | Fors Marsh Group
Email: jluchman@forsmarshgroup.com
forsmarshgroup.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joseph_Luchman/
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