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st: computing confidence intervals of predicted values with postgr

From   "Halim, Nafisa" <>
To   "" <>
Subject   st: computing confidence intervals of predicted values with postgr
Date   Mon, 8 Nov 2010 12:50:34 -0500

Dear Statalist members:
I want to compute predict values and their confidence intervals while letting the key explanatory variable and its quadratic term vary and holding the rest at their means.  I see postgr3 command computes the predicted values
with a version of the following:
postgr3  VAR, asis(VAR VAR-sq) predict(xb) generate(varname)
Is there a way to compute confidence intervals for these predicted values?
Many thanks in advance!

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