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st: Why no RMSE in -ereturn list- after -areg-?


From   "Clive Nicholas" <Clive.Nicholas@newcastle.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Why no RMSE in -ereturn list- after -areg-?
Date   Wed, 1 Dec 2004 00:39:34 -0000 (GMT)

All,

Hiya! After successfully running some LSDV models using -areg-, I noticed
that -ereturn list- does not leave behind the root mean square error
statistic:

. ereturn list

scalars:
              e(df_m) =  16
                 e(F) =  1746.492201130313
           e(N_clust) =  22
                 e(N) =  3348
               e(rss) =  23432.47890079566
                e(ll) =  -8007.808272706308
              e(ll_0) =  -10991.48682709329
               e(tss) =  146006.1711319851
                e(r2) =  .8395103527534229
               e(ar2) =  .8050947571355974
              e(df_r) =  21
              e(df_a) =  575

macros:
               e(cmd) : "areg"
           e(predict) : "areg_p"
            e(depvar) : "conch"
             e(wtype) : "pweight"
              e(wexp) : "= weight"
            e(absvar) : "pano"
          e(clustvar) : "region"
           e(vcetype) : "Robust"

matrices:
                 e(b) :  1 x 17
                 e(V) :  17 x 17

functions:
            e(sample)

It seems odd that this statistic is not returned, since it is reported by
default in -areg-. If I want to include it 'automatically' for -estout- or
-outreg- purposes, how could I do so? Ta.

CLIVE NICHOLAS        |t: 0(044)7903 397793
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