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st: RE: Re: RE: Fw: Sample size and QREG
That's my only real idea here.
I did think of getting a larger
dataset (real or concocted) and
reducing it by random deletion,
but there's always a question
of how relevant that would be to
your real problem.
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> To clarify: do you mean, simply use bsqreg and see what the
> standard errors
> look for my pwllabcon variable?
> > If you're in search of some rule that things
> > will be OK if sample size is so much, that would
> > seem a poor way to summarize, given a more likely
> > continuous dependence of error on sample size.
> > Better to get an idea of quite
> > how unreliable your results are by bootstrapping?
> > Nick
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