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Re: st: infiniy
At 16:21 16/10/02 +0200, you wrote:
A possible fix is to use the "magic number" 1e300 (ten to the power of
300), commonly used in the Stata community as a proxy for infinity. For
instance, you might type
Hello! I want to make a regresion by maximum likelihood estimation, the
function has included a join cumulative distribution fuction.
so, i give to program the follow instruction:
binorm(h,k,p) as in the manual of stata.
My problem is that h = infinity (Math) and I do not know how i can give
Could anyone help me?
. disp binorm(1e300,1e300,0.5)
. disp binorm(1e300,0,0.5)
I hope this helps.
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