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RE: st: ml with a parameter between 0.07 and 1

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: ml with a parameter between 0.07 and 1
Date   Thu, 25 Mar 2010 15:34:30 -0000

Is this a Crozza-Bond model? What happens if the magic number is not


Beatrice Crozza

Dear Maarten and Paul,

thank you very much.

2010/3/24 E. Paul Wileyto <>:
> gen double `am'=0.07+(1-0.07)/(1+exp(-`a'))

> Beatrice Crozza wrote:

>> I did a maximum likelihood and I constrained one parameter to be
>> between zero and one, in this way:
>> gen double `am'=1/(1+exp(-`a'))
>> and then I generated the standard error using the delta method.
>> Now I want to constrain the parameter to be between 0.07 and 1.

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