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For upcoming ICPSR workshops on regression models for categorical dependent variables, check here.
For information on Stata programs that implements the methods from these books, click here.
If you are using a program other than Stata, it can be difficult to compute some of the post-estimation statistics that I recommend. To address this problem, Simon Cheng and I have written a set of Excel worksheets that allow you paste in your estimates (from whatever program you use) and Excel will compute predicted probabilities, discrete change coefficients, and plots. For details, click here.
The following paper: "Regression Models for Categorical Outcomes" with Simon Cheng. Forthcoming in Melissa Hardy and Alan Bryman (editors), Handbook of Data Analysis, Sage Publications. reviews the basic principles for the selection and interpretation of regression models for categorical outcomes. The paper includes some new materials on the interpretation of less common models for ordinal outcomes. Past Workshops Workshops on Categorical Data Analysis, The Quantitative Methods Committee (QMC), University of Kentucky, April 10-11, 2003.
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