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Re: st: Estimated Marginal Means in Stata?


From   Ronán Conroy <rconroy@rcsi.ie>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Estimated Marginal Means in Stata?
Date   Thu, 21 Sep 2006 09:43:59 +0100

On 20 MFómh 2006, at 10:43, Maarten buis wrote:

Dan:
If you type -help anova-, than you can find at the bottom a link to
-help anova_postestimation-, which in turn leads to many good stuff,
and among those is -help adjust- which has a description saying
``adjusted predictions of xb or exp(xb)''. It may be a bit cryptic but
the marginal means are the sum of chosen values of x multiplied by the
estimated parameter.
In case long-time users didn't notice, -adjust- now has the option to accept user-defined text in place of the rather cryptic labels it uses by default. The options

label(text) prediction label
selabel(text) error-term label
cilabel(text) confidence-interval label

control how Stata labels the prediction itself and, if asked for, the standard error or CI.



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