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Re: st: A question about -lstat-


From   Paul Millar <paul.millar@shaw.ca>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: A question about -lstat-
Date   Sun, 09 Apr 2006 21:18:34 -0600

Louis, -pre- should accommodate probit but I should provide a version for those still on version 8.

- Paul

At 09:49 AM 09/04/2006, you wrote:

Paul, thanks for your help. After taking a quick look at the help for -pre-, I'm wondering whether it calculates the proportion of correctly classified observations after a -probit-. Also, after installing the programme, I couldn't use it because my version of Stata is 8.2. Thanks.

Louis



A plug here for a related routine: -pre- that has more readable output than -lstat- and also will calculate the cutoff probability for maximum predictive capability,

- Paul

At 12:01 PM 07/04/2006, you wrote:

Dear All,
I used -lstat- following a -probit-, and used -estout1- to display the results. Now, I'm interested in having the percentage of correctly classified observations reported in the table produced by -estout1- (or any similar command). Is there a way of doing this? Thanks.

Louis

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