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Re: st: predicted probabilities for Poisson regression
Rudy, can you use the "ir" option after predict after estimating your
predict irhat, ir
this is the same as predicting the observed number (predict nhat) and
dividing by the exposure variable if you had one.
does this get what you are looking for?
On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 18:08:26 -0500, Rudy Fichtenbaum
> I am brand new using STATA having used SAS for many years. I am trying
> to run a poisson regression and then get the predicted probabilities. I
> found the program pprob where you put the command pprob , mean() n()
> graph. This works fine but I am not sure where I get the mean value. I
> know how to calculate the mean value in SAS but I can't figure out how
> to do this in STATA.
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