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Re: st: Using statsby and pcorr to ouput a table of partial correlations


From   Luck Double <doubleluck@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Using statsby and pcorr to ouput a table of partial correlations
Date   Sun, 22 May 2005 12:27:52 -0500

Thank you so much for your warm help, Svend. I'll see what I can do
with pcorr then. Maybe I have to put together the results by hand...

Best,

Jack

On 5/21/05, Svend Juul <SJ@soci.au.dk> wrote:
> Jack,
> 
> You had a general question about saved results and a specific question
> about results saved by -pcorr-.
> 
> The help files don't include information about saved results, but the
> manuals do. Also, you can see the saved result after an r-class command
> like -summarize- by:
>   return list
> and after an estimation (e-class) command like -regress- by:
>   ereturn list
> 
> -pcorr- first performs -regress- and the saved results are regression
> coefficients, etc. So I am not certain whether it is possible to do
> what you want with -pcorr-
> 
> Good luck,
> Svend
> 
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