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st: Re: Re: marginal effects and -svymlogit-
Thanks for your answer. I am facing a syntax problem.
I tried the following:
svymlogit occ schooling experience region, b(1)
mfx compute, nose
where occ is made out of 6 categories
The following error appeared:
too few variables specified
occupation has 6 outcomes and so you must specify 6 new variables, or
you can use the outcome() option and specify variables one at a time
According to the syntax in -help mfx- I don't have to specify any variable.
More over I don't want new variables to be created. What em I doing wrong?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Friedrich Huebler" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 7:13 PM
Subject: st: Re: marginal effects and -svymlogit-
> Try -mfx compute, nose-.
> Friedrich Huebler
> --- "R.E. De Hoyos" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Is there a Stata routine that allows me to calculate the marginal
> > (or impact) effects and the Mills ratio after using -svymlogit-?
> > I've been trying to use -mfx- to get the marginal effects but takes
> > too long; in fact it never managed to finish the estimation.
> > (probably due to the numeric nature of the estimation)
> > Thanks,
> > rafa
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