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st: Prediction after a Xtlogit


From   Milet Emmanuel <emmanuel.milet@cepii.fr>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Prediction after a Xtlogit
Date   Tue, 15 Feb 2011 19:34:56 +0100

Dear Statalist users,

I relaunch my topic on the xtlogit postestimation with two different questions:

How can marginal effects be calculated after a Xtlogit with the predict(pc1) option?
Apparently it cannot - given the error message Stata delivers.

The other option, predict(pu0) can nonetheless be used. The only problem is that it assumes that the fixed effect is null - something that bothers me quite a lot actually.
So, does anyone know a way to go around this difficulty ?

Also, in the equation in intend to test, my right-hand-side variables are in log, should I use the "dyex" option when I compute the marginal effects ?

Many thanks to all,

Emmanuel Milet
CEPII research Center
Paris, France

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