English, Article edition: CENSORNB: Stata module to estimate censored negative binomial regression as survival model Joseph Hilbe

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  • CENSORNB: Stata module to estimate censored negative binomial regression as survival model
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  • Joseph Hilbe
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  • censornb fits a maximum likelihood censored negative binomial regression of depvar on indepvars, where depvar is a non-negative count variable. The censor option is required. If no observations are censored, a censor variable with all 1's must be specified. Interpret parameter estimates as one would nbreg. censornb is parameterized as a survival model, not as the econometric parameterization found in Greene, Cameron &​ Trivedi, and elsewhere, although results are similar.
  • censoring, negative binomial regression, survival
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456508
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