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st: Re: generating a matrix
No, you don't. You need to send your GAUSSophile friend a text file
with three columns and 326 rows. Generate the stuff you want using
Stata variables and use -outfile- to generate a text file of the sort
that GAUSS will read. The same is true for interchanging data with
any matrix language (e.g. MATLAB).
I'm not sure why a GAUSS user would want _you_ to generate a 326 x 3
matrix with only three distinct values (as that could be done in one
line of GAUSS code, just as Nick Cox indicated it could be done in
Kit Baum, Boston College Economics
On May 22, 2006, at 2:33 AM, Gauri wrote:
The TRUTH.... I need to send this matrix to someone who is using
that is why I wanted to just generate this matrix and send it
matrix will then be used for simulations.
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