Commands for NLOGIT use LIMDEP’s standard command syntax.

Model Sizes

  • Up to 500 choices in choice sets
  • Up to 300 parameters in utility functions
  • Tree structures may have up to 25 branches, 10 limbs, 5 trunks in 4 levels

Data Setup

  • Individual choice, frequencies, proportions, ranks or best/worst
  • Scaling of data for merging revealed and stated preference data
  • Weighting for choice based sampling
  • Automatic handling of missing data
  • Multiple observations (panel data)

Utility Specifications

  • LIMDEP standard command structure for equation specification
  • Choice specific constants
  • Interactions of choice specific constants and characteristics
  • Within and across equation parameter constraints
  • Fixed parameters in utility functions
  • Logs and Box-Cox transformed variables
  • Nonlinear utility functions
  • Scaling of sets of variables and observations

Choice Sets

  • Up to 500 choices
  • Fixed or variable number of choices
  • Universal choice set or individual specific choice sets
  • Restricted choice set during estimation


  • Compute and save utilities
  • Fitted probabilities
  • In sample and out of sample predictions
  • Log sums (inclusive values) for all tree levels
  • Display tree structure
  • Descriptive statistics by choice and attribute
  • Crosstab of predicted and actual choice
  • List of fitted probabilities with predicted and actual choice
  • Elasticities and partial effects with tables in CSV format for export
  • All standard model output, coefficients, standard errors, fit measures, diagnostic statistics
  • All post estimation analysis tools for hypothesis tests (LR, LM, Wald)