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st: Re: Fwd: Question Regarding Dlogit2.ado for stata.
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> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: Matthew.K.Langley@lewin.com
> > Date: Thu Apr 10, 2003 16:38:18 US/Eastern
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Question Regarding Dlogit2.ado for stata.
> > Mr. Baum-
> > I am an analyst who is using STATA for a series of logistic regressions
> > that use survey data. I have found in the past that dlogit2 is very
> > helpful, as you can easily output both marginal effects, as well as
> > coefficients, and then outreg the result, thus making it easy to table
> > large numbers of regressions quickly. However, for this particular
> > project, I cannot use dlogit2 because it does not support pweights,
> > which I
> > need to use for the correct standard errors. I just was curious as to
> > why
> > dlogit2 supports f- and aweights, but does not support p weights? As a
> > follow-up, how hard would it be to program that piece in? I have not
> > done
> > a lot of stat programming, but I think that it would be useful to have
> > that
> > functionality, as I work with a lot of survey data, and as such could
> > be
> > worth my time to learn how to write the code for it.
> > Thanks very much,
> > matt langley
You can use -mfx compute- after svylogit once you have -svyset- your data.
Or use -logit- which supports pweights and then use -mfx compute-
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