I am analyzing, for two different time periods, the probability that an individual will have outcome Y (=1 or 0) given that an event X has occurred (=1 or 0). A number of demographic variables are also included, such as age, gender, etc.
I am interested in looking at very specific cases (and interpreting the results): I look at differences in Y given X holding all other variables at specific values,and do this for time period=0 and then for time period=1.
I would like to know if there is a way to compare the results along these two time periods. The models have the same variables.
I am using Stata 13 and my code looks similar to this:
svy: logit y x##c.age x##female if period==0 margins, level(90) at(age=50 female=1 x=(0 1))
Then I do the same estimation for
period == 1:
svy: logit y x##c.age x##female if period==1 margins, level(90) at(age=26 female=0 x=(0 1))