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Re: st: how many zeros before the significant digit if all are zero?
At 02:58 PM 8/8/2005 -0500, Richard_Lenhardt@rush.edu wrote:
Usually if you type -return list- or -ereturn list- after a command you see
that values have been returned as scalars or macros, with a lot more
precision than what has been displayed. Some commands also include an
option for a bonferroni or other adjustment.
We are running a priori multiple statistical tests on a database of 1000
patients. We plan to use Bonferroni's correction for repeated analyses.
In one instance, the p value for a chi squared test was "Pr = 0.000". This
test was run with the tabulate command.
In this instance, I'm not certain how many zero's there are to complete
How may I find that out?
Tnank you in advance,
Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
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