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Re: st: Stepwise (m)logit

From   "E. Paul Wileyto" <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Stepwise (m)logit
Date   Tue, 18 Sep 2007 10:58:31 -0400

Look up "stepwise" in the reference manuals. You control this with the proper use of parentheses, and the option "lockterm1"

Put the X terms you want to keep first, and enclose the group in parens. Add "lockterm1" to the options, and stepwise will keep everything in that first set of parens.


Hendri Adriaens wrote:


Is it possible to do a stepwise logit where we can state a set of variables
that should always be included and not dropped? -stepwise- doesn't have an
option for that it seems, but maybe there is another command that does have

And is it possible to do a stepwise multinomial logit?

Thanks already, best regards,
-Hendri Adriaens.

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