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st: Using suest with probit estimation


From   "Amber Katz" <academicgirl@gmail.com>
To   statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Using suest with probit estimation
Date   Wed, 19 Apr 2006 12:12:43 -0400

Thanks to help from Nick and others, I now have my data in the correct
form.  I have multiple binary dependent variables for each individual,
and my understanding is thta the best way to estimate this is a SUR
model.

My data includes the following for each individiual
ID ProductAPurchase(1 or 0) [same independent variables]
ID ProductBPurchase(1 or 0) [same independent variables]
.
.
ID ProductFPurchase(1 or 0) [same independent variables]


So I have 6 observations per person.

I understand that the suest command is a postestimation command, but
don't quite understand how to use it.  What is the sequence of
commands I should use?

Thanks,
Rachel

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