# AW: Re: st: marginal effects after random effects ordered probit

 From "schelkem@bluewin.ch" To Subject AW: Re: st: marginal effects after random effects ordered probit Date Tue, 10 Oct 2006 22:15:32 +0000 (GMT)

```Thank you very much for your response. Sorry, I was not specific
enough!

I estimate the following model:

eoprob y x1 x2 x3 x4, i (id)

thereafter, I would like to get the marg. effects for some
variables x1 and x2 for outcome 1 (e.g.) and use the post
estimation command

mfx, predict (p outcome(1)) varlist(x1 x2)

this however, is not supported by reoporb. Has somebody already
coded that?
Thanks a lot and best,
Mark

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Datum: 10.10.2006 23:59
An: <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Betreff: Re: st: marginal effects after random effects ordered
probit

On Oct 10, 2006, at 5:53 PM, schelkem@bluewin.ch wrote:
> Dear all
>
> Has anyone coded the mfx function to work after the random
effects
> ordered probit estimator (reoprob)? Guillaume Frechette, the
author
> of reoprob, said that he had many inquiries for the mfx
> postestimation function, and somebody might already have coded
it.
>
> Thanks a lot,
> Mark
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I'm assuming that the straightforward syntax of -mfx- doesn't
work
then with -reoprob-?  With nonlinear models, I usually do
something
like:

- mfx, dydx-
- mfx, eyex-

with the first giving me the coefficients in terms of level on
level
and the latter in terms of an elasticity.  Your question makes
me
think -reoprob- may be different, but that's how you'd do it
with,
say, poisson or nbreg.

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