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st: RE: RE: judging ARIMA
The advice given presumes that your Stata is net-enabled. If none of the
commands below work, then that may be the problem.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Cox [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 18. juni 2002 20:50
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: st: RE: judging ARIMA
> > Could I get a followup from "Kit" (left no address)
> Kit Baum is email@example.com whose identity should be no mystery
> to most Statalisters. But even if it were, it's the same advice:
> findit baum
> and his address and some of his manifold works are a click away.
> > or somebody else
> > regarding Stata's goodness of fit commands in ARIMA models?
> I had asked
> > for the command for the Schwarz-Bayesian criterion (this is
> not in v.7),
> > as well as for opinions from the list-serv on the best
> goodness of fit
> > statistics to include in a publication.
> > Kit gave me a command "findit arimafit" which does not
> appear in Stata
> > Version 7.
> True, but no problem, unless people are using Stata 5 or earlier.
> (-arimafit- assumes at least Stata 6.0.)
> -findit arimafit- explains where -arimafit- may be found, and
> if further
> is needed, it is offered in
> which is advertised at the bottom of every Statalist posting.
> > Would somebody who is familiar with ARIMA modelling please
> > respond to give me some further guidance on how to execute
> this command,
> > how to find a patch,
> As above. Please try the help first.
> > or how to execute any other recommended commands?
> I pass on this, but please do try -arimafit- first.
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