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To copy the information from the command window:
- Click the "C:\" icon in the top-left of the window
- Choose Edit->Mark
- Drag the selection marker over the text that you want to copy
- Press the "enter" key
- The selected text will now be on the clipboard and you can paste it into a text editor of your choice.
It looks like the cause of your problem is that you have specified an invalid (i.e. non-invertable) level-2 co-variance matrix. This means that when MLwiN attempts to simulate a new response based on this if fails, instead setting the whole co-variance to zero which later on causes the error that you are seeing. The matrix that you are entering is:
If you change this to something valid then I believe that the simulation should run correctly.
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- Joined: Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:25 pm
will change the level 2 matrix. if no more correspondence, it means the code work.