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Re: st: Margins command after stcrreg


From   Steve Samuels <sjsamuels@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Margins command after stcrreg
Date   Mon, 10 Jun 2013 20:02:52 -0400

If -margins- is listed in the -help- for -stcrreg postestimation- ("Also
see" tab in the -stcrreg- help) you can.

Correct spelling is "Stata", as the list FAQ explain. Programs like SAS
and SPSS are properly capitalized because they are "acronyms"-they are
words formed from the initial letters of the original names. "Stata" is
a made-up name and the letters stand for nothing else, so only the first
letter should be capitalized:

Some statistical examples of acronyms and the original names:

SAS = Statistical Analysis System
SPSS = Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
SUDAAN = SUrvey Design And ANalysis
NCSS = Number Cruncher Statistical System

The original names for all of these no longer appear in the product literature.

Two non-statistical examples
IBM = International Business Machines (abandoned)
UNESCO = United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Steve

On Jun 10, 2013, at 4:48 AM, Carl Camilleri wrote:

Hi,

I am currently using STATA 11. Can i use the 'margins' command after using the stcrreg  command?

Thanks for your help

Carl
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