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st: RE: RE: RE: Where does svyprop save its output ?
Did that. It doesn't leave the estimates; hence the use of svytab or svymean
as a substitute.
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> From: Nick Cox [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Subject: st: RE: RE: Where does svyprop save its output ?
> Lee Sieswerda
> > The manual entry doesn't mention anything about svyprop
> > saving results
> > anywhere. However, you could get the same information
> > through either through
> > svymean or svytab.
> When in doubt, look at the code.
> -svyprop- is r class. Hence type
> return list
> to see what it leaves behind.
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