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    Comparison of coefficients in two logistic regressions

    Here is the information asked. Hope that it will do. I have put spaces between items with hyphens to make it more readable. Both sexes: Number of obs = 2569 -----------------Odds Ratio----Std. Err. -------T----------P>t Poverty_1-------1.585762------0.3234038-----2.26------0.024...
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    Chow test in logistics regression

    Here is the information asked. Hope that it will do. Both sexes: Number of obs = 2569 -----------------Odds Ratio----Std. Err. -------T----------P>t Poverty_1-------1.585762------0.3234038-----2.26------0.024 Poverty_2-------1.516249------0.298936------2.11-------0.035 Male: Number of obs =...
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    Chow test in logistics regression

    The dependent variable is child stunting that is a reflect of living standard. This relationship is well established in the litterature. It would be logical to have this IV significant in at least in one model, if not the two models, Since it is not significant in any model, I am somehow obliged...
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    Comparison of coefficients in two logistic regressions

    Find bellow what you requested: Both sexes: Number of obs = 2569 Odds Ratio Std. Err. T P>t Poverty_1 1.585762 .3234038 2.26 0.024 Poverty_2 1.516249 .298936 2.11 0.035 Male: Number of obs = 1317...
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    Comparison of coefficients in two logistic regressions

    Please find bellow the results of the three models. The first one has been carried on both sexes. The following two concern each sex. My independent variable of interest is nivvie (poverty). I hope that what you are looking for. Survey: Logistic regression Number of strata = 26...
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    Chow test in logistics regression

    Yes, it is exactly what happens.
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    Comparison of coefficients in two logistic regressions

    Here are the models: xi: svy: logit ta_2 sexenft agenft agenftsq i.imc i.nivvie i.jumellitr i.tailmerc i.anemie i.persassi ptz ptzsq intervpr i.diarrhee i.instrmer i.ethnier i.religion i.anje2 i.grosnair, or xi: svy: logit ta_2 agenft agenftsq i.imc i.nivvie i.jumellitr i.tailmerc i.anemie...
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    Chow test in logistics regression

    I carried out a logistic model on malnutrition status a whole underfive children and I found that my variable poverty is significant. But, when I rerun models for each sex of children, I noticed that the poverty variable is not significant in any of the two models. How can I explain this ?
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    Comparison of coefficients in two logistic regressions

    Hi, I carried out a logistic model on malnutrition status on a whole underfive children and I found that my variable poverty is significant. But, when I rerun models for each sex of children, I noticed that the poverty variable is not significant in any of the two models. How can I explain this ?