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Re: st: error message in biprobit
That's what I thought but I wondered if there is a way to change the initial
values used by biprobit (it doesn't seem to be such an option in the command).
I guess from you answer that there is not.
Many thanks, Nestor
"Marc F. Bellemare" ha escrito:
> The problem is that the initial values that Stata plugs into your
> likelihood function are not feasible. My hunch is that you'll have to use
> the -ml- set of commands and program a bivariate probit yourself so as to
> be able to tweak the algorithm so that (i) it has feasible initial values;
> and (ii) converges.
> I hope this helps,
> At 05:58 PM 11/25/2004 -0300, you wrote:
> >Dear statlisters,
> >I'm estimating several bivariate probit model using the biprobit
> >In some of them I recieve the follwing error message:
> >"initial values not feasible"
> >Does this mean that I can't estimate those models?
> >Does anybody know how this can be solved?
> > Nestor
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> Marc F. Bellemare
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Department of Applied Economics and Management
> Cornell University
> Ithaca, NY 14853-7801
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