# Re: st: How do I obtain SS ad df after anova

 From khigbee@stata.com To statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu Subject Re: st: How do I obtain SS ad df after anova Date Mon, 04 Nov 2002 16:26:44 -0600

```Lars Korsholm <korsholm@isd.sdu.dk> asks:

> Is it possible to obtain the SS and df for each factor aften an anova?
> Eg
> . anova
>
> Number of obs =     240     R-squared     = 0.9598
> Root MSE      = .184508     Adj R-squared =0.9559
>
> Source |  Partial SS    df       MS           F     Prob> F
> -------+----------------------------------------------------
>  Model |  177.253883    21  8.44066107     247.94   0.0000
>        |
>  pttid |  176.842823    19  9.30751703     273.40   0.0000
>  obsid |  .016978337     2  .008489168       0.25   0.7795
>        |
> Residu |  7.42145465   218   .03404337
> -------+----------------------------------------------------
>  Total |  184.675337   239  .772700156
>
> I know from -estimate list- that there aer locals with
> "177.253883", "21" from the "Model" line
> and "7.42145465" and "218" from the Residual line
> however can I get ditto from the lines with my two factores (pttid and
> obsid)?
> I suspect they are around because I can type -test pttid- which use these
> numbers (? recalculate them??)

-anova- does not save the individual term SS and df for each term
in such a way that you can grab them directly after the -anova-.
However, you can call -test- for each term of interest and then
grab the SS and df from the r() returned results.

Ken Higbee    khigbee@stata.com
StataCorp     1-800-STATAPC

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