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st: Equivalent in Stata for lsmean command from SAS


From   "Cecile DELHUMEAU" <Cecile.Delhumeau@hcuge.ch>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu, rconroy@rcsi.ie
Subject   st: Equivalent in Stata for lsmean command from SAS
Date   Mon, 26 Aug 2002 14:17:40 +0200

> You would get better advice, I bet, if you told us exactly what LSMEANS
does. 

LSMEANS produces the adjusted mean for each class of a variable of interest.

Exemple : 

proc glm;
 class age Cas sexec; 
 model vitA  = age Cas sexec;
 lsmeans Cas / stderr;
run;


In this case, lsmean give the mean ajusted by sexe and age of vitamine A for each class of the variable Cas : case and control.

Equivalent in STATA : ???


Thank's for your help !

Cecile

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