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st: biprobit predict command

From   Jean-Christophe Boucher <>
To   "" <>
Subject   st: biprobit predict command
Date   Wed, 25 May 2011 16:21:30 -0400

I am using a bivariate probit model with partial observability (biprobit)
where some of the IVs in the first equation are either binary or continuous.
Right now I have used the adjust stata command in order to predict
estimations of the continuous IVs while keeping all other IVs at their
means. There are two issues that worries me:
1) Is keeping binary IVs at their means to estimate predictions is worrisome
2) In bivariate models, the prediction commands only works for the first
equations, should I be worried about not accounting for the rho in the
prediction? Or is it already included in the biprobit results? Is there any
specific command to use post-estimation technics for multilevel model such
as the one I am using?

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