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Re: st: Importing beta coefficients from other softwares


From   "Yaseen Ghulam" <Yaseen.Ghulam@port.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Importing beta coefficients from other softwares
Date   Wed, 28 May 2008 16:56:34 +0100

Thanks Richard. I agree with you that one option is to run the routine
in stata. But unfortunately stata does not support some methods which I
am using or will need lot of programming which I am not comfortable. 
To be specific I am interesting in using lincom and nlcom routines. I
feel that if I can bring beta, standard error into stata etc. then I
should be able to use these functions. But I am not sure where to put
these information in stata system file which nlcom can use. Thanks again
for the response.

Yaseen Ghulam


>>> Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu> 05/28/08 3:17 pm
>>>
At 04:57 AM 5/28/2008, Yaseen Ghulam wrote:
>Dear Stata Users
>I have very simple question and would appreciate if someone can help
me.
>I have estimated the model in limdep and want to bring beta
coefficients
>and standard error into stata so that I can perform subsequent
analysis
>e.g. predictions and hypothesis testing in stata where I am more
>comfortable. I want to know how to bring and set up betas' in a way
>where I can do all the tasks (post estimation) which one can do if
the
>model was estimated in stata.
>
>Thanks
>
>Yaseen

What type of analysis are you doing, and why can't you rerun it in 
Stata?  If it is some kind of technique that Stata can't handle, I am 
not sure that post-estimation commands (e.g. predict) would work
anyway.

Ben Jann's user-written routines eret2 and erepost might possibly be
helpful.


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