[R] Likelihood Function for Multinomial Logistic Regression and its partial derivatives

nikolay12 nikolay12 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 3 03:58:17 CEST 2009

Thanks, I had a look at mlogit. It seems it does fit a multinomial logit
regression but - just as nnet or VGAM are doing it - it has a function that
tells you the fitted value, not the value that you have with a set of
parameters (which might not be the optimal ones). Or am I wrong on this?

Ronggui Huang wrote:
> You may refer to mlogit for the ordinary multinomial regression. As
> fas as I know, there are no functions for multilevel multinomial
> regression.
> Ronggui

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