[Limdep Nlogit List] Data set problem

William Greene wgreene at stern.nyu.edu
Wed Apr 12 21:45:29 AEST 2017

If you are fitting an MNL with 3 alternatives and you have 540 rows of data,
then you have 180 observations and each one is a block of 3 rows of the
data.  That is what limdep is reporting.  If this is correct, there is
wrong with your data.  The 180 refers to blocks of 3 "observations."
/Bill Greene

On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 2:40 AM, medard kakuru <medakseth at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Users, I am facing a challenge with re-running an analysis I did 3
> years a go. my data set has 540 observations. Three years a go, I run a MNL
> model with no challenges. When I trying running the same model on the same
> data set, the output shows that only 180 observations are used. I have
> checked my data set over and over again but don’t see any problem. kindly
> help me out.
> Thanks.
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