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Re: st: A question about ordered probit and ordered logit
Maoyong Fan wrote:
> I am running some ordered logit and ordered probit model. However, the
> results from the regression is like:
> grades Coef. Std. Err. z P>z [95% Conf. Interval]
> hs_gpa 1.272978 . . . .
> eop_status .0191206 . . . .
> verbal_sat .0003812 . . . .
> math_sat .0124125 . . . .
> gender .0414381 . . . .
> dum1 22.4096 . . . .
> dum3 23.21787 . . . .
> dum4 24.6822 . . . .
> dum5 22.17915 . . . .
> dum6 23.39091 . . . .
> what's the problem? What should I do if I still want to run ordered logit
> and ordered probit on this data set?
Have a look at -whelp j_robustsingular-, which deals with many of these
issues, including unreported chi-square values and standard errors.
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