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st: Using gllapred to get marginal effects for explanatory variables


From   Wei Zhang <wzhang616@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Using gllapred to get marginal effects for explanatory variables
Date   Wed, 9 May 2012 22:49:25 -0400

Dear Stata users,

I have used gllamm to estimate an ordered probit model for panel data and
am now trying to get marginal effects for the explanatory variables. I have
read some previous posts about this topic and tried gllapred as some folks
have suggested:

gllapred m1, mu marg above(1)

However, STATA told me that mu was stored in m1, but I am not sure I got any
marginal effects. I also didn't see an option via which we could specify
the explanatory variables for which I need marginal effect.

If I have to calculate marginal effects manually, which output from
gllapred is useful?

Thanks very much. I would really appreciate your help.

Wei Zhang
IFPRI
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