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Re: st: k-sample tests for differences in proportions
At 06:09 PM 11/5/2003 -0500, David Kantor wrote:
At 05:15 PM 11/5/2003 -0500, Richard Williams wrote:
I've tried that command but it usually just seems to produce a bunch of
blank pages for me. Much better would be a
Thanks for the detailed and informative answer May. Given that this is
fairly complex, is there a command somewhere, e.g.
TestEverythingYouCouldEverThinkOf, that would automate this process?
Yes; that makes extensive use of the read_programmers_mind command.
If that is a bit too much to ask, it seems like a command that did all
pairwise comparisons of group means or proportions using Bonferroni and/or
Marascuillo adjustments would seem to have widespread usefulness. Or,
perhaps have some variation of the test command where you would list the
dummy vars, and specify parameters telling Stata to do all pairwise
equality tests applying a Bonferroni correction, e.g.
Testeq dummy1 dummy2 dummy3 dummy4, Bonferroni
or something like that (I have a general idea of what I want, but very
little knowledge of how to achieve it with Stata).
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