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st: RE: RE: number of regressors
I think Nick is right, and in fact the stata web page says:
"Stata/SE also allows matrices up to 11,000 x 11,000 on computers with
sufficient memory. An implication of this is that Stata/SE can estimate
models with more independent variables (up to 10,998) and estimate
certain panel-data models with larger time-series within panel. "
"In addition, Intercooled Stata can have at most 798 right-hand-side
variables in a model."
(== matrices of 800 x 800 is the maximum)
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> Subject: st: RE: number of regressors
> There is a general guide to limits
> accessible by
> . help limits
> The number of regressors is I believe
> bound up with -matsize- in general.
> I assert, with some fear of contradiction,
> that the program limit is notional given
> a stronger need for models to be
> scientifically justifiable.
> Luhang Wang
> > Could anyone tell me the built-in variable for the number of
> > regressors in Stata?
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