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"Paul Dickman" <paul.dickman@ki.se> |

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Subject |
st: predict returning incorrect values for mu following glm |

Date |
Tue, 8 Nov 2005 11:48:01 +0100 |

predict is giving me incorrect values following glm. Following is some code that illustrates the problem. rs.ado (which defines the model) is at the end of this message. This is a Poisson regression model for excess mortality. ln(mu-d*)=ln(y)+xbeta mu=E(d) is assumed Poisson. If we didn't have the "-d*" component in the link function (d* is expected deaths) then this would be a standard Poisson regression model. I have defined "`mu' = exp(`eta')+$SGLM_p" but predict seems to be ignoring the $SGLM_p component. Where have I gone wrong? This mail was motivated by problems Enzo Coviello brought to my attention with a similar model I had coded in Stata. clear input end d d_star y betahat 1 49 21 468 0 2 52 20 421 .2393669 3 47 19 373 .2268899 4 33 17 332 -.2162825 5 39 16 296 .2613985 end xi: glm d i.end, fam(pois) link(rs d_star) lnoffset(y) predict xbeta, xb predict mu, mu scal constant=-2.816264 gen xbeta2=constant+betahat+ln(y) gen mu2=exp(xbeta2)+d_star list end d d_star y xbeta xbeta2 mu mu2 . list end d d_star y xbeta xbeta2 mu mu2 +---------------------------------------------------------------+ | end d d_star y xbeta xbeta2 mu mu2 | |---------------------------------------------------------------| 1. | 1 49 21 468 3.332205 3.332204 28 49 | 2. | 2 52 20 421 3.465736 3.465736 32 51.99999 | 3. | 3 47 19 373 3.332205 3.332204 28 47 | 4. | 4 33 17 332 2.772589 2.772588 16 33 | 5. | 5 39 16 296 3.135494 3.135494 23 39 | +---------------------------------------------------------------+ This is a saturated model so the predicted values should equal the observed values. The values of xbeta given by predict are correct but the values of mu are not. It is apparent that predict is calculating mu=exp(xbeta) when I was hoping that it would calculate mu=exp(xbeta)+d_star Here are details of my setup. . version version 9.1 . which glm C:\Program Files\Stata9\ado\updates\g\glm.ado *! version 5.6.14 04aug2005 . which predict C:\Program Files\Stata9\ado\base\p\predict.ado *! version 2.0.4 24sep2004 I have defined "`mu' = exp(`eta')+$SGLM_p" but predict seems to be ignoring the $SGLM_p component. Following is my code for defining the model. Where have I gone wrong? program define rs version 7 args todo eta mu return if `todo' == -1 { global SGLM_lt "Relative survival" global SGLM_lf "log(u-d*)" exit } if `todo' == 0 { /* eta = g(mu) */ gen double `eta' = ln(`mu'-$SGLM_p) exit } if `todo' == 1 { /* mu = g^-1(eta) */ gen double `mu' = exp(`eta')+$SGLM_p exit } if `todo' == 2 { /* (d mu)/(d eta) */ gen double `return' = exp(`eta') exit } if `todo' == 3 { /* (d^2 mu)(d eta^2) */ gen double `return' = exp(`eta') exit } di as error "Unknown call to glm link function" exit 198 end ----- Paul Dickman (paul.dickman@mep.ki.se) Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, Box 281, 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden Ph: +46 8 5248 6186 Fax: +46 8 314 975 * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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