Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2011 08:30:21 -0800
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From: drmikegr <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: ROC curve analysis for clustered data
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I am trying out the mixed logistic regression model in SPSS and I would be
very much obliged if you could give me some details about calculating the
predicted probability values from the fixed effects portion of the model
only or including also the random effects in the predicted probability
equation as you had mentioned in your last message below.
How would you change the code you provided so that in one case you calculate
it only from the fixed effects portion and in the other case include the
random effects as well ?
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