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Your input has been very helpful. I have one final question that would round up this analysis for me, and it's basically a question...
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Nice  by this post I grasped the Stata code version of the PMF. Thanks for your help!
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Thanks, and yes, having the probability of only one event is actually key (repeated events won't make sense in this data structure).
Is the...
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Great  that was super helpful! To be on the sure side on interpretation:
Code:. margins r.welfareregime@1.fdiff, expression(exp(predict(mu)) *((predict(mu)^1)/(round(exp(lnfactorial(1
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Thanks  I was not aware of this and your code is helpful!
I tried it and got:
Code:. qui mepoisson poorhlth i.fdiff##i.welfareregime immstat
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Interaction after mepoisson
Hi Statalisters
I am finalizing analyses in a project where a crosslevel interaction is of interest. I am wondering whether my margins...
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For the sake of order: I created a new thread on the svyset question as it was somewhat beside the original question.
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svyset multilevel model with European Social Survey (ESS)
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I am working on svyset for a multilevel model that accounts for individuals clustered within countries. I am using crosssectional data...
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Alright  thanks for your help on specifying RR and I'll continue my work on svyset! (A crucial detail may be that I am not after anything more complex...
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Thanks for your helpful comments!
I am using data from the European Social Survey (ESS). I've spent quite some time on understanding how...Last edited by Tarjei W. Havneraas; 19 Mar 2020, 06:32.
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Risk ratio in multilevel model?
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I am working on a multilevel model on crosssectional data from multiple countries. I have a common outcome (~10%), so I want...
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Setting up spatial data for spatial regressions
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I've been working on map plots in R lately, and want to advance to spatial regressions in Stata using the spmap package. ...
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As an update, joinby was exactly what I needed. Now I want to do some simple spatial regressions using the spmap package, but Stata seem to require...
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Thank you so much, Clyde! I did not know about the joinby command and I will definitely look into this....
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Hi Clyde
Thank you for your response. I am relatively new to map data, but I'll try to provide some more details. I have already made a map...
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