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Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu> |

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Re: st: Importing beta coefficients from other softwares |

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Wed, 28 May 2008 13:33:45 -0400 |

At 12:23 PM 5/28/2008, Maarten buis wrote:

This looks good for commands like test and nlcom. If, as was stated originally, other post-estimation commands are desired, e.g. predict, then you may need more or else not be able to do it. In particular, if you want to predict something besides xb or stdp, you would need a predict routine that knew how to do the necessary calculations.The standard errors alone will not do, you will need the entire variance covariance matrix. If you have that, you can do something like this: *------- begin example --------------- capture program drop coefin program define coefin, eclass matrix b = 1, 2, 3 matrix colnames b = foo bar blup matrix V = 3, -1, -1 \ /// -1, 2, -1 \ /// -1, -1, 1 matrix colnames V = foo bar blup matrix rownames V = foo bar blup ereturn post b V ereturn local cmd "coefin" end coefin nlcom _b[foo]/_b[bar]

It might help if we knew what Limdep can do that Stata supposedly can't.

I also wonder how hard it would be to do everything with Limdep if for some reason you are forced to use it for the estimation. See

http://www.limdep.com/features/capabilities/post_estimation.php

Excerpts: "All model estimates are 'recoverable.' Coefficients and asymptotic covariance matrices are retained and integrated into the matrix algebra package. Numerical values such as log likelihoods (individual observations and the model criterion function) and sums of squares are recoverable and useable, by name, for example, in testing hypotheses or computing diagnostic statistics... Program tools are provided for manipulating results. One of the most useful is the WALD command which is used to compute nonlinear functions and asymptotic variances for nonlinear functions of model estimates. Programming the derivatives for the delta method is unnecessary."

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**References**:**Re: st: Importing beta coefficients from other softwares***From:*"Yaseen Ghulam" <Yaseen.Ghulam@port.ac.uk>

**Re: st: Importing beta coefficients from other softwares***From:*Maarten buis <maartenbuis@yahoo.co.uk>

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