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Re: st: Accessing exponentiated -glm- parameters

From   Roger Newson <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Accessing exponentiated -glm- parameters
Date   Wed, 28 Aug 2002 16:03:17 +0100

At 11:45 27/08/02 +0200, Ruud A. van Lieshout wrote:
I use GLM, with the EFORM option. How can I access the exponentiated
coefficients and their standard errors??
One way is to use my -parmest- package with the -eform- option. (Type -webseek parmest-, -net search parmest- or -ssc describe parmest- to find out more.) This will give you a data set with 1 obs per parameter and data on their estimates, SEs, confidence limits, P-values and much more (if you ask for it).

Some things you can do with an output data set of this kind were presented at the 8th UK Stata Users' Meeting, whose proceedings are given at My presentation on -parmest- (including a downloadable .pdf version) is at

I hope this helps.


Roger Newson
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