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Hello Alberto. I opened your CSV file with a text editor, replaced the comma between fields with a space and a double quote ( "), then tacked "...
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Bruce Weaver replied to Running multiple regression models on different combinations of explanatory variablesin GeneralHello Sam. I have two questions: How large is your sample?
 Have you looked at residual plots from a model that uses the original variables only
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Bruce Weaver replied to Categorical Variable Types: Ordinal Independent Variable (as opposed to Nominal Independent Variable)in GeneralRichard, thanks for bringing this thread to my attention. The short answer is that some of the newer commands in SPSS do make use of the "variable...
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Hello Dudi. Does this example help at all? It uses logistic, not mixed. But it might give you the general idea....
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Alternatively, you try something like this to attract the attention of the authors of those packages to this thread:xtqreg  written by J.A.F. Machado
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Notice that using regress with vce(robust) produces the same estimate of the risk difference that you get with cs or csi.
Code:csi 7 12
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I have never used grc1leg, but here are two things to check. One of your graph combine commands is written as Graph combine.
 In the final
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I believe this is the grc1leg command Elyse is talking about:
Code:net describe grc1leg, from(http://www.stata.com/users/vwiggins)
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The 95% CI for the variance of the random slopes does not include a value of 0. Therefore, you know that the variance estimate is significantly different...
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People trained in epidemiology or health sciences may find the discussion of relativerisk ratios in the mlogit help confusing. This short note I wrote...
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What do you see if you run the following commands?
Code:summarize ari if !missing(region) summarize PCV1totals if !missing(windex5, melevel,
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Imagine a twoway ANOVA model with factors A, B and their interaction. It appears that the best/easiest way to get Type II SS for this model is to do...
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This thread from 2016 might be helpful. Is the method shown in #3 of that thread really the easiest way to obtain Type II SS? If so, I think I'll suggest...
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Fair point in #14, Jeff. I was indeed thinking of OLS models....
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Re the Google search Joseph Coveney suggested (i.e., Type I vs Type III SS), I imagine that Elyse used GLMRepeated Measures in SPSS. It uses Type III...
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