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CBC MNL in Stata

Hello, I ran a CBC exercise using Sawtooth, and am hoping to recreate the MNL analysis of Sawtooth in Stata. Which Stata command is the closest to the CBC MNL analysis? I have a suspicion it is asclogit but am unsure of how to implement it further.
asked Nov 14, 2017 by ncook (300 points)

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Yes, asclogit should work if you want to fit an aggregate logit model.  If you're looking for respondent level utilities you might want to try one of two mixed logit models mixlogit or bayesmlogit.  There is also Stata lclogit for "latent class" or segment level utility estimation.

I believe there are other models as well, some that relax assumptions about the distribution of the scale parameter and some that enable models with combinations of fixed and random parameters.
answered Nov 15, 2017 by Keith Chrzan Platinum Sawtooth Software, Inc. (53,775 points)