Saturday, February 18, 2006
Re: st: Poisson and post estimation analysis
At 04:06 PM 2/18/2006, you wrote: >A couple of years ago I ran some poisson regressions on publication >and citation data and found some post-estimation commands that >enabled me define comparisons between groups. For example, based on >the use of certain procedures available under Stata, I was able to >observe that being a graduate of the two particular types of >graduate programs, compared to a third type, increased the expected >number of published articles by 132 percent and 110 percent >respectively, and the expected numbers of citations by 114 percent >and 96.5 percent respectively. Unfortunately, although I can recall >the procedures were available under Stata, perhaps as a .do file, I >cannot recall names, etc. Anyone know the procedures I am talking >about? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Perhaps you want Long & Freese's -spost- routines? Do -findit spost-. If you are using Stata 9 you want the spost9 files. The latest edition of their very good book can be found at
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