gllamm

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    Latent Class Analysis with lclogit and gllamm-wrapper lclogitml

    Latent Class Analysis in Stata (llclogit, lclogitml, gllamm) Hi all, I am having trouble fitting a latent class model with Stata. I have a panel data set from an online discrete choice experiment. Each respondent was represented 12 choice sets with 2 alternatives and, therefore, had to...
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    GLLAMM syntax for using instruments

    I am seeking help to write the GLLAMM command to estimate y1 = x1 x2 x1*x2 x3; switching equation is x1 = x2 x3 x4 x5, where y1 is the outcome variable, x1 is a binary variable, x1 and x1*x2 are endogenous, and x4 and x5 are the two instruments. I appreciate any help you wold be able...
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    GLLAMM help please? 3-level, random coefficient at level 3

    Dear Talk Stats, I have a question regarding the use of gllamm for multi-level modelling of ordinal variables in STATA. A brief description of my data and aim. I have individuals nested in schools nested in cities i.e. 3-levels. My dependent variable is 4-options from 1 to 4 on...
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    r(101) factor variables and time-series operators not allowed

    Here my variables: y: meet/unmet [code: 0,1] kab: region area [code:1..29, 71..79] x1: socioeconomic [code:1..5] x2: urban/rural [code: 0,1] x3: age [numeric] x4: education level [code: 1..7] x5: occupation yes/no [code: 0,1] x12: % socioeconomic code:1 + code:2 in each region...
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    [Error Code] r(2000) (GLLAMM)

    I want to analyze using Multilevel Binary Logistic Regression modeling (with gllamm). I have 6.998 observation in level 1 and 15 province in level 2 (no missing data). These are my variables: y = smoking status (yes/no) x1 = age (years) x2 = duration of formal education years x3 = media score...
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    GLLAMM in R

    Hi all, I seem to recall that some of you (spunky, Dason, and other) might be doing research using latent variable models and their variants. As I start to ask more questions about the temporal sequences of signaling, aggression, and courtship in my experiments on birds (and now spiders)...