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Date:         Wed, 16 Feb 2005 09:20:10 -0500
Reply-To:     Ian Martin <ianmartin@MAC.COM>
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From:         Ian Martin <ianmartin@MAC.COM>
Subject:      Re: stats help: loglinear
Comments: To: Carissa Donovan <>
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I've recently run hierarchical LL models on frequency of detectability (0 or 1) of an organic contaminant in blood of males/females from locations A/B/C.

Certainly sex and location were string, though I can't recall if I had to recode them as integer numeric to run the analysis, but that is easily enough done if necessary.

regards, cpal

On 16 Feb, 2005, at 12:18 AM, Carissa Donovan wrote:

> Hi List, > > > > This seems like a very obvious question, but I just need to be sure: > to run > a loglinear analysis, do all of the variables of interest need to be > numeric > (rather than string, for instance)?

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