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Re: st: -Ologit- and -fitstat- (Stata 9)

From   "Herve STOLOWY" <>
To   <>
Subject   Re: st: -Ologit- and -fitstat- (Stata 9)
Date   Sat, 29 Oct 2005 19:29:59 +0200

Dear Joseph:

Thank you for your reply. Unfortunetaly, I does not work.

This is what I did:

net describe spost9_ado, from(
net install spost9_ado

In the help file for fitstat, I get the following version:

help for fitstat - 1.6.9a - 12Feb2005. (I hope this is the right one).

Then I try the -ologit- and -fitstat- and get the same error message as earlier mentioned.

I forgot to tell you that I use Stata 9.1. I don't know if this is important.

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>>> 10/29/05 5:51 PM >>>
Hervé Stolowy wrote:

I face a difficulty with the command -fistat- (downloadable from SSC)
after -ologit-.


When I type -fitstat-, I get the follwing error message:


Measures of Fit for ologit of format

[_cut1] not found

I must tell that I am very surprised because:

- fitstat works perfectly after -mlogit- (with the same dataset)
- fitstat used to work perfectly a few weeks ago with the same dataset
after -ologit-, before I switched to Stata 9 (from Stata 8.2).

When I read the -fitstat- help file, it's still written that this command
can be used after -ologit-.

Obviously, I miss something about -ologit- (or -fitstat-).


The package has been updated to Stata 9, but it's not on SSC.

net describe spost9_ado, from(

to find the Stata 9 version of -fitstat-.  After installing (overwriting the
earlier version of the spost package), -fitstat- will work after -ologit-.

Joseph Coveney

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