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st: Suest v/s biprob in stata 11


From   Prakash Kashwan <pkashwan@umail.iu.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Suest v/s biprob in stata 11
Date   Sun, 4 Jul 2010 13:22:22 -0400

Dear All,
I have a couple of queries regarding how suest works in Stata 11. The
new user friendly menus use biprob command, which gives me different
results compared to when I use suest posestimation command - I wonder
if biprob does utilize the leverage offered by correlating residuals
of two models involved. In any case, I get different results with
these two commands. Moreover, when I run suest it doesn't give me any
test statistics so that I know if using suest (as opposed to
independent robust estimates) gives me additional leverage. I have
extensively searched for clues on these issues but no success at all.
Am I missing something obvious here? I will appreciate help with
figuring out how to make test give me test statistics following the
suest command.
Prakash
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