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Re: st: Nominal or ordinal?


From   Clive Nicholas <clivelists@googlemail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Nominal or ordinal?
Date   Fri, 13 Aug 2010 03:50:29 +0100

Richard Williams replied:

> I didn't realize that -mlogtest- was originally an STB program.  I don't
> know if it has changed much over the years, but the most current version is
> contained in -spost9-, available on Scott Long's web site. ( -findit spost9-
> ). The spost9 suite has a lot of other useful programs, including -brant-,
> which tests whether the assumptions of the ordered logit model are violated.

I was going to mention -spost9-, but nothing comes up either for -h
spost9- or -h mlogtest-, so I chose to cite the earlier reference for
the sake of some clarity over none. Good catch regarding -brant-: I'd
forgotten about that, but that test does come with health warnings.
But then, they all do.

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Clive Nicholas

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