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st: tests of coefficients after estimation commands

From   "Christopher W. Ryan" <>
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Subject   st: tests of coefficients after estimation commands
Date   Sat, 21 Oct 2006 20:43:59 -0400

I'd like to see if I have this straight, since this is one of my first
times using postestimation tests of coefficients in any serious way.

Using Stata 8

The relevant variables are:
sex  coded 0=female 1=male
colon coded 0=no 1=yes   (any colonic symptoms)
colonmale = colon*sex  (an interactive term)
sdq_hyp is the dependent variable

after -svyregress- that uses these (among others) as independent
variables, I figure that

-lincom colon- gives the effect of being a girl with colon symptoms

-lincom colon sex colonmale- gives the effect of being a boy with colon

Do I have that correct?

I get stumped with -adjust-
can I type -adjust age=6, by(colon sex)- to get the effects of the 4
different combinations of sex and colon, in 6 year old kids?  Or do I
need to put the colonmale term in there somewhere?

I have a similar question regarding these commands after svyologit.


Christopher W. Ryan, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Campus at Binghamton
and Wilson Family Practice Residency, Johnson City, NY
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