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Re: st: Re: storing likelihood values
Interesting that you use the word array. Presumably
you mean "matrix"?
--- Kit Baum <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Jun 22, 2004, at 2:33 AM, Rafa wrote:
> > Alternatively you can generate new variables
> containing the log
> > likelihood,
> > you simple change local ll_`x' for gen ll_`x' in
> the above loop.
> A Very Bad Idea. Variables should not be used to
> contain scalars unless
> you have some arithmetic of that sort in mind.
> Imagine that one could
> have a couple of million observations; the overhead
> of storing the same
> number that many times (when all one wants is the
> number, stashed
> somewhere) is stupendous. Use macros, as suggested,
> or stuff the LLF
> values into cells of an array if you'd like to be
> able to produce a
> nice table from them. (Shameless plug: findit
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