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Re: st: gpscore

From   Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: gpscore
Date   Fri, 30 Mar 2012 09:02:43 +0100

-gpscore- is a user-written command, as you are asked to explain. You
should install from

st0150_3 from
    SJ10-4 st0150_3.  Update: A Stata package for the... / Update: A Stata
    package for the estimation of the / dose-response function through
    adjustment for the / generalized propensity score / by Alessandra Mattei,
    Department of Statistics / "Giuseppe Parenti", University of Florence /

The code you quote works fine for me. As above, install the latest
corrected version.


On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 8:30 AM, ming li <> wrote:

> I'm trying to use gpscore in my stata, but the programs breaks every
> time. I cannot even run the following example do-file.
> clear
> use "LotteryDataSet.dta", clear
> qui gen     cut = 23  if prize<=23
> qui replace cut = 80  if prize>23 & prize<=80
> qui replace cut = 485 if prize >80
> #delimit ;
> gpscore
> agew male  ownhs owncoll tixbot workthen yearw yearm1 yearm2 yearm3
> yearm4 yearm5 yearm6,
> t(prize) gpscore(pscore) predict(hat_treat) sigma(sd) cutpoints(cut)
> index(p50) nq_gps(5) t_transf(ln) det
> ;
> #delimit cr
> clear
> exit
> Stata returns "invalid syntax" every time after generating the
> variables T and  _MLtu1. I cannot get the estimated propensity score
> using this command. Could you help me with it?

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