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st: logit: t-test for odds-ratio vs coefficient


From   Kyle Caswell <caswellk83@hotmail.com>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: logit: t-test for odds-ratio vs coefficient
Date   Mon, 10 Aug 2009 07:39:32 -0400

Hello,
 
I have been using -ologit- with survey data (i.e., using svy) and am reporting only odds-ratios, not coefficients, for a write-up. When using the option "or" (for odds ratio) Stata produces a table with transformed standard errors and confidence intervals for the reported odds-ratios. However, the t-statistics and corresponding p-values are the same as in the output when the option "or" is not specified. In other words, I understand that the t-stats and P>|z| refer to the null hypothesis of whether a particular estimated *coefficient* is equal to zero.
 
Is there an option which produces t-statistics, and P>|z|, corresponding to the null hypothesis that the given odds-ratio displayed in the table is equal to one?
 
Best,
 
Kyle
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