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Re: st: logistic regression and factor variables


From   federico.tedeschi@univr.it
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: logistic regression and factor variables
Date   Mon, 11 Apr 2011 16:29:57 +0200

Hi Rebecca,

> logit plans2 female2 i.sector1 i.racode ib4.generation4 i.d51 
> ib4.edum2 ib4.eduf2 ib4.mother_asco5 ib5.father_asco5 
> [iweight=weight1]

you could try:

xi: logit plans2 female2 i.sector1 i.racode ib4.generation4 i.d51 
ib4.edum2 ib4.eduf2 ib4.mother_asco5 ib5.father_asco5 
[iweight=weight1]
Federico



> 
> logit plans2 female2 i.sector1 i.racode ib4.generation4 i.d51 
> ib4.edum2 ib4.eduf2 ib4.mother_asco5 ib5.father_asco5 
> [iweight=weight1]
>
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