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Repost: Using suest


From   "Amber Katz" <academicgirl@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Repost: Using suest
Date   Thu, 20 Apr 2006 10:23:59 -0400

I have a data set that has 6 observations per person.  These relate to
each individual's behavior with respect to 6 different products.  For
each observation, I have a binary variable for whether the person
purchased the product (my dependent variable) plus various time
varying and time-invariant independent variables. I'd like to estimate
a probit model using these data.

So the data look like:
ID Product1Purchase(1 or 0) varA1 VarA2 VarA3 VarB VarC

ID Product2Purchase(1 or 0) varA1 VarA2 VarA3 VarB VarC
.
.
ID Product6Purchase(1 or 0) varA1 VarA2 VarA3 VarB VarC


Using one of Nick's previous posts, my understanding is that the best
way to do this is to estimate a SUR model, by first estimating a
probit and then using the suest command is a postestimation command. 
However, I don't quite understand how to do this.  What is the
sequence ofcommands I should use?

Thanks,
Rachel

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