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Re: st: Marginal effects of bivariate probit
Thanks Richard. mfx command after biprobit works. I
have to use option 'force' to get standard errors.
--- Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu>
> At 06:44 PM 5/7/2006, Randy Jack wrote:
> >Dear Statalist members,
> >Can any suggest me how to estimate marginal effects
> >for seeming unrelated bivariate probit model?
> You are using biprobit? mfx is listed as a
> post-estimation command
> for biprobit - have you tried it, and if so does it
> not work correctly?
> Also, Tamas Bartus's margeff command lists biprobit
> as a supported
> program. You can get it from SSC.
> I don't use biprobit so i haven't tried any of these
> options. I
> suppose it is possible that mfx works with some
> variations of the
> biprobit command but not others. But, try these out
> if you haven't
> already. Or, if you aren't using biprobit, say what
> command you are using.
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