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Re: st: Re: tobit
Johannes Geyer <JGeyer@diw.de>
Re: st: Re: tobit
Thu, 29 May 2008 13:53:52 +0200
a third workaround was suggested on statalist (then you do not have to
type version 6.0):
email@example.com schrieb am 29/05/2008 13:15:30:
> --- Aseffa Seyoum Wedajao wrote to me privately:
> First, regarding private requests for help see point 5 of the statalist
> FAQ, http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq .
> > 1. I tried with both stata version 9 and 10 to run
> > 'dtobit' to get the marginal effect. it give the error
> > massage '_se is not found' .
> > I found on internate that Dr. Lopez-Feldman, form USA ,
> > has also similar problem and suggested that there is some
> > error to be corrected on the ado, which I can not do
> > myself. Do you have any option to give me?
> If there is a problem with user-written software, the obvious person to
> contact is the author. You can find the author and the e-mail address
> in the helpfile of -dtobit-.
> There are two work arounds possible:
> 1) type -version 6- before using -tobit-, this will cause Stata to use
> the old name for the standard deviation of the error term.
> 2) All the marginal effects can also be obtained by using -mfx-.
> > 2. I have some problem with the command of stata to plot
> > more that one lorenz curves on one graph. For instance to
> > show the inequality level of household income from farm
> > and off-farm on the same plane.
> > I use the command "glcurve and then twoway line" and able
> > to get one lorenz curve.
> > would you please give me information as to how I can add
> > more lorenz curve on the same graph.
> I know nothing about -glcurve-, so I can't help you there.
> -- Maarten
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