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Re: st: Predicted probabilities after oprobit w/robust standard errors


From   Nick Winter <nw53@cornell.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Predicted probabilities after oprobit w/robust standard errors
Date   Fri, 02 Jun 2006 08:53:11 -0400

Larger standard errors make it more likely you are further away from the deterministic part--yes--but you could be higher, or you could be lower. Your best guess--and therefore your prediction--is unchanged.

--NW

At 09:14 AM 6/2/2006, you wrote:

At 06:55 PM 6/1/2006, Matt Barmack wrote:
Specifying cluster or robust does not seem to change the predicted
probabilities from oprobit.  Does it?  Shouldn't it?
Intuitively/naively, I am thinking that for an observation for which
the variance of the random part of the latent index is high, there is
a greater chance of ending up further away from what the
deterministic part of the latent index alone might suggest.
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