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Re: st: svy regress Stata 9 vs Stata 8
I know the differences on the s.e.'s are really minimal, but present
Anyway, on the more important issue of speed svysetting on version 9
doesn't make any difference.
Hopefully, the Stata Corp. people will join the discussion and provide
some further clarifications,
On 8/6/05, Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At 08:46 PM 8/6/2005 -0400, Robert Duval wrote:
> >Dear all,
> >I recently started working with Stata9 and while using svy: regress I
> >noticed it runned slower than it's counterpart (svyregress) in Stata8.
> > Also the decimals reported in the standard errors differ slightly
> >across versions.
> I just tried a few svy runs. Didn't notice any differences in the standard
> errors (trivial differences wouldn't really bother me anyway) but the speed
> difference in the problem I ran was about 3:1 in favor of version 8.2. I
> don't know why; perhaps in making the svy commands more general and
> powerful they got slowed down a bit. You might try svy-setting them in
> version 9 to see if that helps any. Otherwise, if speed is of the essence,
> version control may be the way to go for now.
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