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Re: st: Why t- rather than z-statistics in svylogit? |

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Mon, 24 Nov 2003 09:25:09 -0500 |

At 01:37 PM 11/24/2003 +0000, Neumayer,E wrote:

Hi,This is discussed on p. 357 of the Stata 8 Users guide (see point #2). I can't say that I fully understand the explanation, but the key phrase seems to be "Using z rather than t statistics only yields a nontrivial difference when there is a small number of clusters (<50)."

I was surprised to find that svylogit produces t-statistics rather than z-statistics. Logit produces t-statistics as one would expect. Anybody knows the answer?

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