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st: dprobit - Interpretation of coefficients

From   Benjamin Niug <>
Subject   st: dprobit - Interpretation of coefficients
Date   Tue, 3 Apr 2012 11:10:02 +0200

Hello Stata-users,

I have a question regarding the interpretation of the coefficients
which you get when using Stata's -dprobit- command (especially on
continuous regressors).

Is it the linear prediction corresponding to the -predict(xb)- command?

or is it rather the non-linear prediction calculating the probability
of a positive outcome referring to the -predict(pr)- command?

(where the -predict- command can be used as options in -mfx- or -margins-)

Thanks in advance.
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