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    (SPSS) Multinomial Logistic Regression- testing IIA- Hausman-McFadden




    hi all,
    I am using SPSS 20 to analyze survey data. I am using Multinomial Logistic Regression and have come up with three "models", containing different variables that I am using in my analysis. My professor wrote to me that I should make sure and do an IIA test for my models. I see that SPSS kicks out a Hausman number (in my case .462; .461, and .344 for my three models)- are these speaking to IIA? and if so, what is the significance of these values (ie. IIA assumption violated or not?)?
    Thank you!

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    I am also attempting to to the same in spss. I found this on IBM's website, so Im thinking its not possible, although it is from a few years ago: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docvie...id=swg21480235
    I am hoping that someone will provide some insight as to those numbers... Otherwise I will try with SAS

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    Thanks mbiz! I wish I were adept enough to bounce back and forth between stats programs- alas!

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