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^adjprop^ yvar [^if^ exp]^, by(^xvar1 [xvar2]^)^ [^a^djust^(^covlist^) m^ode
> l
^l^evel^(^#^) g^raph ^b^ar graph_options]

confidence intervals from logistic regression estimates for one or two
nominal X variables, adjusted for covariates. If second X is specified,
probabilities are calculated for all possible combinations of X categories,
and an interaction effect is tested. Default shows estimated probabilities
and confidence intervals only. Optionally, model estimates and/or a graph
may be displayed. Dummy variables are created for xvar1. The lowest dummy
variable defaults to the reference group. If xvar2 is specified, dummy
variables are created for it also, as well as interaction terms.

Variables and options required
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yvar -- dependent variable  (dichotomous 0,1)

^by(^xvar1^)^ -- nominal variable for categories of estimated probabilities

^by(^xvar1 xvar2^)^ -- categories of all combinations of xvar1 and
xvar2; interaction between xvar1 and xvar2 tested

Options allowed
---------------

probabilities reported); Covariates set to their mean,
based on observations used in the analysis, or can be
set to user specified values (e.g., age=50 gender=1).

^model^ -- shows logistic regression table as well as estimated probabiliti
> es

^level(^#^)^ -- specifies the confidence level, in percent, for calculation
of confidence intervals (default=95%)

^graph^ -- if one X (xvar1), graphs probabilities and confidence intervals;
if both xvar1 and xvar2 specified, points graphed for each
probability, but confidence intervals are not graphed; xvar1 is
used for the x-axis with separate points for categories of xvar2

^bar^ -- can be used with the ^graph^ option to display a bar graph instead
of points

Examples
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Calculates the probability (risk) of death by race category,
adjusted for mean systolic blood pressure and age=50

Calculates probability of death by levels of socio-economic status,
adjusted for systolic blood pressure and age; displays model and graph

Calculates the probability of death for all combinations of gender
(2 categories) and race (4 categories) for a total of 8 estimates;
adjusted for age, smoking status, and alcohol consumption; tests for
interaction between gender and race; 90% confidence intervals

Calculates adjusted probability of death for all combinations of
gender and race; bar graph of probability, race on the x-axis

Author
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Joanne M. Garrett
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
garrettj@@med.unc.edu

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STB:  STB-43 sg33.1, STB-24 sg33
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