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Re: st: unrecognized brant command

To, Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: unrecognized brant command
Date   Mon, 12 Nov 2012 14:02:02 +0100

Thanks Nick,
I managed to get the brant command from a lower version of the spost.

However, when i run the brant command I get the following error message.

. brant, detail
not all independent variables can be retained in all binary logits
brant test cannot be computed

What does this error message mean in a less technical language? When I click on the r(999) I get a stata dialogue message which reads "no entries found for search on "r(999)"."


Quoting Nick Cox <>:

The documentation for the package you have installed indicates

1. It is experimental.

2. -brant- is there as -rbrant-. The help file hasn't been rewritten
fully, it seems.


On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 11:54 AM,  <> wrote:

I have installed spost successfully (i.e. package spost12_ado from but am unable to use the brant command

. brant, detail
unrecognized command:  brant

Can anyone help me reslove the problem or tell me what I am missing or done
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