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st: Re: Rép. : st: RE: Bug in star displa y (t value in regression coefficients)?
At 01:46 PM 11/4/2004 +0100, Herve STOLOWY wrote:
One of the t values of the regression coefficients is 2.02 (I have it in
the Stata output).
What are the sample size and degrees of freedom? For example, if d.f. =
30, the critical value for T is 2.042, not 1.96. For d.f. = 40, the
critical value is 2.021. Also, does the regular Stata output from
regression indicate that the coefficient is significant?
In the excel file obtained through outreg, this coefficient is not marked
with a star (whereas all other significant coefficients are automatically
marked with one (0.05 level) or two stars (0.01 level).
Is then a problem with outreg? Or do I misuse outreg?
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