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Re: st: Logistic Regression with Stata
At 08:15 AM 11/20/2004 -0500, Emmanuel F. Koku wrote:
Having made that transition myself, I highly recommend Hamilton's book as
an intro to Stata:
Good Morning StatListers,
I am new, very new to Stata - just migrating from Spss....
Life might be easier if you had Stata 8. However, hopefully the -spostado-
routines of Long and Freese will work for you. Go to
I am using Stata version 6.
I need to estimate a logistic regression model, and interested in obtaining
standardized coeffs (betas) and odds ratios. does the logit and logistic
commands give these or there are special macros i need to dowload?
for information about the routines and how to install them. In particular,
I think you want their -listcoef- command.
Secondly, I am using this web-book "Logistic Regression with Stata
by Xiao Chen, Phil Ender, Michael Mitchell & Christine Wells" - would it
adequate intro to logistic regression modeling in stata?
Another brief introduction to logistic regression with Stata is at
Very good and much more in depth is Long and Freese's book:
Other brief "Stata highlights" are at
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