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Sascha Robert <sascha.robert@iew.unizh.ch> |

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statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu |

Subject |
Re: st: RE: statsby? |

Date |
Tue, 03 May 2005 16:49:03 +0200 |

With STATA 8, I tried

_statsby "ktau x y" exp_list, by(v w z) saving(myfile)_

where for exp_list I tried _se and _b (I have to admit that the grammar of exp_list remains a riddle to me).

The error produced is r(301): last estimates not found.

Regards, Sascha

Nick Cox wrote:

In principle, -statsby- sounds a good solution.

However, we cannot comment on what went wrong without seeing your code. Also, the syntax of -statsby- differs between Stata 8 and Stata 9, so you would need to specify version as well.

Nick n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk

Sascha Robert

I have to do a bunch of Kendall's tau correlations. Now the output of

_ktau x y, by(z)_

is quite exaustive, and I am mostly interested in

- Kendall's tau-a

- Prob > ¦z¦

Is there a way to direclty produce a table of the results, like

tau-a prob ...

a b ...

c d ...,

instead of producing text output?

Is _statsby_ a solution for my problem? It does not seem to work for my puposes, though.

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