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Re: Re: st: A question about ordered probit and ordered logit


From   "Maoyong Fan" <fan@berkeley.edu>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: Re: st: A question about ordered probit and ordered logit
Date   Tue, 22 Jun 2004 15:53:47 -0700

Thanks a lot!  	

Warm regards,

Maoyong 				

>Maoyong Fan wrote:
>
>> 	I am running some ordered logit and ordered probit model.  However, the
>> results from the regression is like:
>>
>>                              Robust
>>  		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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