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Re: st: Question on Ttest. |

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Fri, 21 Nov 2003 08:09:57 -0500 |

At 12:47 PM 11/21/2003 +0000, Joao Pedro W. de Azevedo wrote:

I'm not a heavy-duty Stata user and somebody may be able to give you exactly the answer you want. But, given that this is matched pairs, I think you might be able to improvise as follows:Dear Statausers, I'm doing a simple ttest, however I would like to retrive the Std. Deviation of the difference of the means (see output below). Does anyone know if Stata saves this statistic? Many thanks, JP . ttest match2291_0== match2291_1 if week>=2144

. gen diff2291 = match2291_0 - match2291_1

. ttest diff2291 == 0 if week>=2144

In other words, compute the difference between the two scores and then do a 1-sample t-test of whether the mean of that difference is zero. From that retrieve the standard error of the difference.

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**References**:**st: Question on Ttest.***From:*"Joao Pedro W. de Azevedo" <j.p.azevedo@ncl.ac.uk>

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