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Re: st: marginal effects for ordered logit


From   "maartenbuis" <maartenbuis@yahoo.co.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: marginal effects for ordered logit
Date   Wed, 10 Nov 2004 15:11:55 -0000

Dear Aga,

I have used -nlcom- because it is a convenient `calculator' in these 
types of situations and because it will also give you a confidence 
interval around the marginal effect (allthough these confidence 
intervals should be treated with care). If you just want the marginal 
effect you could use a conventional calculator, or use Stata as an 
overengineered calculator by replacing -nlcom- with -display-. Other 
people on this list can no doubt think of fancy ways to let Stata 
generate a pretty table for you. 

Maarten

--- <Agnieszka.Markiewicz@e...> wrote:
> I was following your discussion with Pradeep on calculation of 
> marginal effects of quadratic terms. I have the impression that the 
> command nlcom is not available in the 8 release. (I have only the 
> 7) Is there any other command I could use instead?




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