Suppose we have a data set $X$. This data set consists of ordinal data (4 levels). To get estimates of the threshold coefficients and probit slope ($\beta_1, \dots, \beta_3$ and $\beta_4$ respectively), do most computational packages use maximum likelihood estimation? That is, given the data, MLE chooses the parameters that maximizes the probability of observing the data?
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