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st: making tables with mi results

From   E Michael Foster <[email protected]>
To   "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Subject   st: making tables with mi results
Date   Thu, 15 Mar 2012 15:23:33 +0000

Anyone update me on how to use -est- to make tables of multiple imputation results?  I see that it's come up on the list a couple of times and the issue appears to be that -mi- was developed after -estout- and that the former stores results in places where the latter doesn't know to look --

Anyone have any tips for -estout- or any of the ways of automating tables?  

E. Michael Foster
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		Department of Biostatistics
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-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Lauren Beresford
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2012 10:09 AM
To: Statalist
Subject: st: ldecomp with weights and mi estimate

Dear Statalisters,

I am trying to use ldecomp to decompose direct and indirect effects on a mi svyset dataset. The syntax for ldecomp indicates I can use pweights (see page 11), but I get error messages when I try to run the command with the weight options.  The command runs without the weight options.

mi estimate, cmdok: ldecomp mgr [pweight=wtsurvy], direct(female) indirect(hrswk) nobootstrap   macro e(cmd) is not setmatrix e(V) is not set

Am I doing something wrong, or is just not possible to use both weights and mi estimate with ldecomp?

ldecomp depvar [control_var1 [...]] [if] [in] [weight], direct(varname)               indirect(varlist) [at(control_var1 # [; control_var2 #] [...]) obspr               predpr predodds or rindirect normal range(# #) nip(#) interactions               nolegend nodecomp nobootstrap bootstrap_options]

Kind regards,Lauren Beresford
Doctoral CandidateUC Berkeley, Sociology 		 	   		  
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