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Re: st: Discriminant Analysis

From   "Stephen P. Jenkins" <>
Subject   Re: st: Discriminant Analysis
Date   Thu, 17 Oct 2002 11:10:33 +0100 (GMT Daylight Time)

On Thu, 17 Oct 2002 10:50:55 +0100 Lei Wang <> 
> Dear Sir/Madam,

> I'm a student doing Economics in UK. Recent days I'm handling a project 
> regarding discriminant analysis, which needs STATA to deal with the data 
> that I have.


> As I'm just about to start to use STATA and I can't find enough help 
> information about Discriminant Analysis from STATA itself, could you please 
> give me some detail information or advice about how to proceed it?

Use the -findit <keyword(s)- command in an up-to-date Stata. It is a 
specialised web search engine designed for precisely this sort of task.
Click on the entries that you are interested in following up.

. findit discriminant analysis
                                                                                         17 Oct 2002 11:07:03
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        Keywords:  discriminant analysis
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          Search:  (1) Official help files, FAQs, and STBs
                   (2) Web resources from Stata and from other users

        * To search entries that have ANY of the above words, type
          findit discriminant analysis, or

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2 packages found (Stata Journal and STB omitted)

discrim from
    discrim.  Binary response discriminant analysis. / Program by Joseph
    Hilbe, Arizona State Univ. <> / Statalist distribution, 25
    January 1999.

daoneway from
    daoneway.  One Way Discriminant Function Analysis / Philip B. Ender /
    Statistical Computing and Consulting / UCLA Academic Technology Services / / STATA ado and hlp files (requires Stata 7)

1 reference found in tables of contents
    Materials by Joseph Hilbe, Arizona State University / The following
    programs have been supplied by Joseph Hilbe, who retired from / the
    University of Hawaii in 1990 and since 1992 has served has an adjunct /
    professor at Arizona State University.  Dr. Hilbe was the founding editor

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Professor Stephen P. Jenkins <>
Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER)
University of Essex, Colchester, CO4 3SQ, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1206 873374. Fax: +44 (0)1206 873151.

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