Sunday, March 05, 2006
Re: st:after using clogit, how to obtain the marginal effect?
> My question is after using clogit, how to obtain the marginal effect?
. mfx, predict(pu0)
An example using this (undocumented?) option is very briefly described in this Stata FAQ
Also, you may find May Boggess' posting to Statalist on this topic useful as an accompaniment (which contains reference to the above link):
In that post, note that -xtlogit- and -clogit- are computationally the same.
Hope all that helps.
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