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Re: st: How choose the baseline in gologit2 ?
At 01:00 PM 10/13/2006, mendola wrote:
Dear STATA users, I began to use STATA two months ago and now I am
trying to use
Because gologit2 is an ordinal method, the highest category is always
the one excluded. You could reverse the coding of the outcome if you
wanted the lowest value to be excluded. I don't think it would make
sense to exclude one of the intermediate categories.
gologit2. It seems very flexible and moreover very helpful for my research.
I estimated a generalized ordered logit and it seems ok, but I'm not
able to find a way
to set my favourite baseline for the response variable (something
It is reasonable to change it or there is some methodological aspect
that I'm ignoring?
If it is reasonable, how can I change the default reference level
for the outcome
For more on gologit2, see
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