R vs. Stata, or, Different ways to estimate multilevel models

September 10, 2010

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Cyrus writes: I [Cyrus] was teaching a class on multilevel modeling, and we were playing around with different method to fit a random effects logit model with 2 random intercepts—one corresponding to “family” and another corresponding to “community” (labeled “mom”…

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