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Hi,

I used a multilevel random intercept model to disentangle the "effects" due to ego characteristics, alter attributes, cross-level difference (heterogeneity), and cross-level interactions. It can be done using Proc GLIMMIX in SAS.

Here is the link to this paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Egocentric+Network+and+Condom+Use+Among+Mid-Age+Female+Sex+Workers+in+China%3A+A+Multilevel+Modeling+Analysis

Hongjie

On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 10:50 AM, Yawo Kokuvi <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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Dear SOCNET terse,

Good afternoon. 

I am trying to fit a logistic regression model based on data from an egocentric/personal network. 

I've noticed that GEE is increasingly being used to  deal with non-independence of ego-alter observations.

I want to fit my model using GEE. But there is very little guidance out there on how to set up the procedure in SPSS/STATA (when network data is involved). 

I will be very grateful if anyone here some leads, references on how to fit this model in SPSS, Stata, R or SAS.

Thanks in advance,

Cy
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