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st: RE: mobility table
You can read such data as variables, and then make
a matrix using -mkmat-.
A chi-square test would require some programming on
your part given a matrix data structure.
It wouldn't surprise me at all if some special-purpose
software existed somewhere for this, but I have no
> I'm using Stata 8.
> I have a data set of a matrix form describing regional
> mobility (so called 'mobility table') like below:
> A B C
> A 70 20 10
> B 30 50 20
> C 20 15 65
> where A,B,C denote region codes.
> # actual size is roughly fifty.
> With this data I'd like to compute several mobility indices using
> trace, eigenvalues, determinant, etc. And chi2 test is also
> Is it possible to read this type of data directly into Stata to
> compute these measures ?
> Or, if it is hard or impossible in Stata, is there other software
> more suitable for these calculations ?
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