# st: OLOGIT OUTPUT(#2)

 From "Abomohammad Q. Kamaluddin" <[email protected]> To [email protected] Subject st: OLOGIT OUTPUT(#2) Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 14:07:25 +1000 (EST)

```Thanks to those who responded to my query about the
ologit. However, it is not yet clear.
I get the following output when I order the dependent
variable as 1, 2 and 3 to capture minor, moderate and
risky perception. Can any one tell me that is the age
and FWF have the positive relation with the minor or
risky perception?

SMKP Coef.  S.E    z     P>|z|   [95% Cf.Intvl]
---------+--------------------------------------------
AGE  .07   .042   1.81   0.06    -.006  .16
TFNO  -.37  .14   - 2.5  0.011   -.657 -.086  FWF
.57   .14   4.02   0.00     .29    .85

cut1 |   .7902216   1.397718    (Ancillary parameters)
cut2 |   3.563694   1.460824

Log likelihood = -89.858276
LR chi2(19)= 62.91
Prob > chi2     = 0.0000
Pseudo R2       = 0.2593

I ran the same model given the order of 1, 2 and 3 for
the risky, moderate and minor. The result is the same
for all out put except that the sign of coefficient,
z, and confidence interval in addition to the
"Ancillary parameters" have taken the opposite sign.

Here the result when reversing the ordering of the
perception.

-------------------------------------------------------
SMKP Coef.  S.E  z     P>|z|   [95% Cf.Intvl]
---------+--------------------------------------------
AGE  -.07  .042  -1.81   0.06     .16  .006
TFNO  .37  .14    2.5    0.011    .086  .657
FWF  -.57  .14   -4.02   0.00     -.85  -.29

cut1 |  -3.563694   1.460824   (Ancillary parameters)
cut2 |  -.7902216   1.397718

Log likelihood = -89.858276
LR chi2(19)= 62.91
Prob > chi2     = 0.0000
Pseudo R2       = 0.2593

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