The aim of this seminar is to help you learn how to visualize main effects and interactions for binary logit models. It will demonstrate a suite of tools name vibl for visualizing binary logit models (By the way, vibl is pronounced "vibble" and it rhymes with kibble). You can get all of the programs and data files associated with the seminar as shown below.
net from http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ado/analysis net install vibl net get vibl
The seminar is in two parts, the first focusing on interpreting main effects, and the second part focusing on interpreting interactions.
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