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From   "Singhal, Puneet K." <puneet_singhal@merck.com>
To   "'statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu'" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Adjusted values.
Date   Fri, 26 May 2006 16:33:49 -0400

Hi,

I have a dataset with cost values on individuals at time_1 thru time_5 (five
values per person).  I have some baseline factors such as age, gender, race
etc that I want to adjust cost values for and get adjusted values at time_1
thru time_5.  Can I use "adjust" syntax after my multivariate to get what I
want?  I am not sure because the manual describes that I'll get predicted
values if I us the "adjust" command (not the adjusted values).  Any
suggestions?

Thanks,
Puneet  


Puneet K. Singhal, BPharm, PhD
Manager Health Economics
MVD Worldwide Economic Affairs
West Point PA 19486-0004
Phone: 215-652-1538
Fax: 215-993-3082
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