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Re: st: prgen option quadratic term

From   Richard Goldstein <>
Subject   Re: st: prgen option quadratic term
Date   Tue, 06 Nov 2012 10:10:37 -0500

I don't understand; why don't you start by telling us what is wrong with
just using -predict- after your -ologit-? for help on this, start with
-h ologit-, then click on "also see" and click on "ologit postestimation"


On 11/6/12 10:07 AM, Meulemann Max wrote:
> I would like to calculate predicted probabilities in an ordinal model, ologit or oprobit. I am using a continous quadratic term, which makes calculating the predicted probablities more cumbesome. I am using stata 12
> I found an old entry in the statalist archive that  proposed oprobpr which does work. I was wondering if another package has been written since 2005.
> oprobpr does work, but some of it its features are a bit irritating like how it saves the predicted probailites in another dataset and so on. The nicest way would be to change prgen and its familiar option in a way that the same feature that works for oprobpr would work for prgen.
> the level options allows oproppr to vary an otherwise fixed covariate with a squared term, which is not possible for the x option of prgen.
> Best regards
> Max
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