From paula garcia To statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu Subject st: Re:Re:please help! adjusted rsquared Date Fri, 7 Feb 2003 13:56:59 -0500

```Dear  David,

>Typing 'estimates list' after a xtreg run gives you what apparently is the
>R2 adjusted for degrees of freedom in the fourth row down.  People
>generally report the within R2 after fixed effects.

>Dave Jacobs

>At 05:50 AM 2/7/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Dear statalist,
>
>I would be happy if you could help me with two doubts.
>
>To obtain adjusted rsquared in fixed effects regression (option fe) I can:
>
>1) use areg
>2) use xtdata, fe and then regress
>
>The problem with the first option is that rsquared in not the same as in
>xtreg,fe. Which do you think is best?
>
>The second doubt is adjusted rsquared in random effects regression (option
>re). How can I obtain it? the problem is that if I use xtdata,re and then
>regress, the rsquared is not the same than with xtreg,re.
>
>Thanks!
>
>
>
>
>
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