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redgabriel@tiscali.it
It is possibile to use the command adjust with the option by(country)
to obtain the same result?

Thank you very much
Gabriele Ruiu

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Gabriele wrote

I do a probit regression in a cross section of individuals that are
from many countries (I have abouth one thousand of observations for
each country). For each individual I have a variable where it's
indicated his country. I desire to obtain a predicted  probability
for the dependent variable   not at individual's level but at county
level. How can i do?


In the enclosed, imagine that the individual observations for each  
company belong to individuals. Your 'country' is my 'company', the  
group with which the 'individual' is affiliated.

webuse grunfeld,clear
bys company: egen invmu = mean(invest)
bys company: g hi = invest > invmu
probit hi mvalue kstock
predict double hihat, pr
bys company: egen prcomp = mean(hihat)
list invest hi hihat prcomp if company < 3


Kit Baum, Boston College Economics and DIW Berlin
http://ideas.repec.org/e/pba1.html
An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata:
http://www.stata-press.com/books/imeus.html


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