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ADJUST: Stata module (corrected) to compute adjusted predictions and probabilities after estimation

Kenneth Higbee ()
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Kenneth Higbee: Stata Corporation

Statistical Software Components from Boston College Department of Economics

Abstract: After an estimation command adjust provides adjusted predictions of xbeta (the means in a linear-regression setting) or probabilities (available after certain estimation commands). The estimate is computed for each level of the by variable(s) setting the variable(s) specified in var[= #] [var[= #] ...] to their mean or to the specified number if the = # part is used. Variables used in the estimation command but not included in either the by variable list or the adjust variable list are left at their current values, observation by observation. In this case adjust displays the average estimated prediction or probability for each level of the by variables. This is version 1.3.0, which will appear in STB-46.

Language: Stata
Date: 1998-09-13
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