Is there a Stata programming guru out there who could help me modify the sw command so that the R-squared of the model is output at each stage? (I am just running a linear regression.) i.e. to print the value of e(r2) at each stage.
So that when you run something like
sw regress y x1 x2 x3, pe(0.05)
Instead of
begin with empty model
p = 0.0032 < 0.0500 adding x2
p = 0.0153 < 0.0500 adding x1
p = 0.0424 < 0.0500 adding x3
You get something like:
begin with empty model
p = 0.0032 < 0.0500 adding x2, R-squared = 0.2018
p = 0.0153 < 0.0500 adding x1, R-squared = 0.2523
p = 0.0424 < 0.0500 adding x3, R-squared = 0.2852
I have had a go at making a copy of sw.ado (swr.ado, say) and
trying just to run the copy with minimal alterations. I couldn't
even do that, so I need some help here.
I'm hoping that this would be easy to do for someone more
knowledgeable than I am.
Thanks in advance and kind regards
Rena
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