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st: Producing graphs post multinomial logistic regression models


From   Amal Khanolkar <Amal.Khanolkar@ki.se>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Producing graphs post multinomial logistic regression models
Date   Tue, 26 Mar 2013 11:02:48 +0000

Hi,

I've run a set of multinomial logistic regression models where I obtain RRR for preterm birth (very early, early and late preterm term birth with the base being term births). I have four set of models with adjustment for various confounders:

eststo clear
eststo: mlogit birth i.exposure sex byear if magecat!=. & parity!=.  & smoke1!=. & multibirth==1,  base(3) rrr
eststo: mlogit birth i.exposure sex byear ib3.magecat i.parity if smoke1!=. & multibirth==1, base(3) rrr
eststo: mlogit birth i.exposure sex byear ib3.magecat i.parity i.smoke1 if multibirth==1, base(3) rrr
esttab, eform ci 

I would like to show the results from the third model using a graph - something simple with bars representing the different risks for very early, early and late preterm births by the different categories of the exposure variable along with 95% confidence intervals.

Is it possible to do this directly after running the third mlogit model above using a post-estimation command or do I have to create a graph manually in Stata? 

Thanks,

Amal Khanolkar
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