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Re: st: Questions on gologit2 (fitstat and test [mleq1=mleq2])


From   "Herve STOLOWY" <stolowy@hec.fr>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Questions on gologit2 (fitstat and test [mleq1=mleq2])
Date   Tue, 27 Sep 2005 21:55:24 +0200

Dear Richard:

Thank you very much for your help. It works perfectly. (I read more carefully your help file and pdf file. I found the nolabel option. With it, I can keep my test without changing anything).

Best regards

Hervé

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>>> Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu 09/27/05 3:05 PM >>>
At 08:03 AM 9/27/2005, Herve STOLOWY wrote:
>Dear All:
>
>I have two questions concerning -gologit2- (downloadable from SSC).
>
>I have used -gologit- several times with the following commands:
>
>xi, prefix(): gologit format size1 auditor_d standards_d for_list 
>lev2 sales_int3 i.gics4
>
>fitstat
>
>test [mleq1=mleq2].
>
>With -gologit2- and the same command lines, I get two error messages:
>
>. After -fitstat-: "-fitstat- does not work with the last model estimated".
>. After test [mleq1=mleq2]: "equation mleq1 not found".
>
>I read the help file of -gologit2- but I can't find the equivalent 
>of the above commands. I am sure that I miss something, but my level 
>of understanding is not good enough.

-fitstat- does not currently work with -gologit2-.  Add the -v1- 
parameter to -gologit2-, e.g.

xi, prefix(): gologit2 format size1 auditor_d standards_d for_list 
lev2 sales_int3 i.gics4, v1

That should solve both your problems; if not get back to me.  Also, 
for -test- commands, you can refer to equations by their number, e.g.

test [#1=#2]

That tends to be safest because you don't have to worry about how the 
equations are labeled.  In gologit2, the default is to use the value 
labels of y for the equation labels, whereas in -gologit- the default 
is to label them mleq1, mleq2, etc.

Incidentally, there is more info on gologit2 at

http://www.nd.edu/~rwilliam/gologit2/index.html

The troubleshooting FAQ is at

http://www.nd.edu/~rwilliam/gologit2/tsfaq.html


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