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Re: st: Question for Statalist
At 06:27 PM 11/9/2004 -0500, Zoogah, Baniyelme David wrote:
Dear Stata users,
First off, you can always use the online help for -oprobit- and -mlogit-.
I am a neophyte to stata. So, I need help with two commands:
1) ORDERED PROBIT command. My dependent variable is ordered from 1 to 5. I
want to regress it on some categorical (some binary, others multinomial)
and continuous explanatory variables.
2) MULTINOMIAL LOGIT command. My dependent variable is unordered (1 -
6). I want to regress it on some categorical (some binary, others
multinomial) and continuous explanatory variables.
I would appreciate some not some help. Specifically, a command I could
just insert in Stata, change the variable names, and booom get output.
Examples of the -ologit- and -mlogit- commands can be found at
See especially p. 10 and pages 15-16. Other "Stata highlights" can be found at
Stata Corp's "Resources for Learning Stata" can be found at
A good intro book is Hamilton's Statistics with Stata:
A very good book more specific to your topic by Long and Freese,
"Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata, Revised
Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
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