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st: RE: F(1,12317)=. ?
Very simply, the F statistic is too big to show in the space
The F statistic should be
the square of the t statistic, and so around
. di (-372.72)^2
You can get more accuracy by rummaging in
For most purposes this is good enough, assuming that
you do have 12,318 independent observations with
no dependence structure of any kind!
> after running a regression I get the following output.
> My question is why is F(1,12317) equal to "." ?
> Since the regression is skipping missing values in the
> data I can't figure out what else is making this
> happen. Any ideas on explaining this will be
> Source SS df MS Number of obs = 12318
> F( 1, 12317) = .
> Model 458410.071 1 458410.071 Prob > F = 0.0000
> Residual 40642.8979 12317 3.29974002
> R-squared =
> Adj R-squared = 0.9186
> Total 499052.969 12318 40.5141232 Root MSE
> = 1.8165
> t Coef. Std. Err. t P>t [95% Conf.
> d -1.442858 .0038711 -372.72 0.000 -1.450446
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