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st: poisgof

From   Alexandra Boing <>
Subject   st: poisgof
Date   Wed, 23 Feb 2011 22:43:45 -0800 (PST)

I have doubts about the use of poisgof in a Poisson regression in which I have to run with svy. The poisgof not accepted. Is acceptable only without the svy.
How should I proceed as it is necessary to use in my case the svy?
Another question I have a model output and doubt in the interpretation of the output: pseudo R2=0.0562, LRchi2(6)=71,46, goodnessfit=789.0331, chi2(1665)=1.0000
This is good? Is appropriate? What is best option of analyse?

Poisson regression                           Number of obs   =       1672
                                             LR chi2(6)      =      71.46
                                             Prob > chi2     =     0.0000
Log likelihood = -599.51655                  Pseudo R2       =     0.0562

Goodness-of-fit chi2  =  789.0331
         Prob > chi2(1665)     =    1.0000

Att. Alexandra


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