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Re: st: RE: "extracting" the p-value from a t-test
The most up-to-date version of the -smileplot- p[ackage is downloadable
from SSC using the -ssc- command in Stata. A pre-publication .pdf draft of
the cited paper (and a few other papers on multiple testing) can be
downloaded from within Stata by clicking on the hypertext in the reference
to the paper in the online help for -smileplot-, and then downloading the
.pdf draft from my website.
At 13:39 24/11/2005, Neil wrote:
On 11/24/05, Maarten Buis <M.Buis@fsw.vu.nl> wrote:
> If you want to test many hypotheses than it may be worthwhile to look
at bonferroni corrections.
Roger Newson's package -smileplot- (which consists of the -smileplot-
and -multproc- commands) may also be of interest if you are performing
multiple tests and need to perform corrections.
Newson R, ALSPAC Team (2003) Multiple-test procedures and smile plots.
The Stata Journal 3(2):109-132
. net install st0035
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