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Re: st: logistic regression and factor variables


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: logistic regression and factor variables
Date   Mon, 11 Apr 2011 15:42:02 +0100

I didn't answer Rebecca's question because I didn't understand why she
got the message she did. But this does not seem the answer. Rebecca is
using Stata 11.2, so there seems no reason why the answer is to use
new syntax in one place and old syntax in another.

Nick

On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 3:29 PM,  <federico.tedeschi@univr.it> wrote:
> 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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