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Topic: Logistic Regression with Random Effects
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Brian Lewis

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Logistic Regression with Random Effects
Posted: Jun 19, 1996 11:44 PM
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Hello.

We are trying to locate a source of information on the use of random
effects in logistic regression, where the response is both polytomous
and ordinal.

In particular, any discussions that involve the modification of the SAS
macro GLIMMIX to the task would be very much appreciated.

Replies will be compiled and posted.

Thanks in advance...

--Brian
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Brian Lewis
Center for Statistical Consultation and Research
University of Michigan
106 Rackham
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070 (313) 764-STAT blewis@umich.edu
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