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From   Dirk Nachbar <Dirk.Nachbar@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>
To   statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: streg
Date   22 May 2006 13:05:34 +0100

Dear all

I have some problems interpreting the results of streg with a Weibull distribution (proportional hazard). I want to predict survival probabilities manually but am getting confused. Could someone write down the predicted survival probability in terms of STATA output please.

Thanks

Dirk Nachbar

Assistant Economist

Pensim2

Department for Work and Pensions

Level 4, The Adelphi

1-11 John Adam St

WC2N 6HT London

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