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Statalist · 23:04 22 Mar 2006
Hello all,I have searched the web and available Stata faqs and helpfiles for an answer to an sureg question and am unable to find one on my own. Much obliged if anyone can help me through th… Read More
Statalist · 22:59 22 Mar 2006
Sorry if this is a silly question. I did the following sequence of commands. I closed the scatter as soon as it opened. No other commands. Why does r(mean) go away after you use it in th… Read More
Statalist · 22:52 22 Mar 2006
No. You should try ` : di %9.1f `r(mean)'' See help extended_fcn. Tip: I would go `: di %2.1f `r(mean)'' even if you are sure that format is too restrictive. You're likely to be wrong, as… Read More
Statalist · 22:43 22 Mar 2006
I am trying to include the content of a macro within a graph, but I'm having problems with the display format. For example:sysuse auto, clear qui: summ length twoway scatter length mpg, tex… Read More
Statalist · 19:54 22 Mar 2006
In the unlikely event that you have not, do check out -findit monte carlo-. The example in STB reprints Vol 4, pg 207 may be helpfulTITLE STB-20 ssi6. Simplified Monte Carlo simulat… Read More
Statalist · 19:16 22 Mar 2006
Dear all,Does anyone have or know of a Stata program to compute the various Chou-Talalay statistics of dose-effect relationship?Thank you, Ricardo Ricardo Ovaldia, MS Statistician Oklahom… Read More
Statalist · 19:11 22 Mar 2006
Stata Users:I am still learning my way around Stata after many years of using SAS. In SAS it is fairly easy to write a program to do a simple Monte Carlo study to illustrate the properties… Read More
Great Sites · 06:12 19 Nov 2006
Find It! Find what is gradually appearing or disappearing from the picture. It's harder than it sounds. If you're having trouble make sure you read the clue before you try again.Technorati… Read More
Statalist · 23:04 22 Mar 2006
Hello all,I have searched the web and available Stata faqs and helpfiles for an answer to an sureg question and am unable to find one on my own. Much obliged if anyone can help me through th… Read More
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