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Re: st: how can I save confidence intervals, t and p values in macros?
For most Stata commands, results that can derived from other results are
often not stored in e() or r() because it is fairly simple to re-create them
and it is not clear why you would need to store them.
The real question is what you want to do with the values -- what is you
goal?. If you are planning to compare multiple models, then maybe you
should be looking at the -estimates- commands (store, table, etc). If you
want them for exporting as tables, maybe you should check out -estout-
or -outreg2-. Otherwise, you will have to do it "by hand", which can be
automated fairly easily depending on your ultimate goal.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 11:07 AM
Subject: RE: st: how can I save confidence intervals, t and p values in
i have checked the manuals and searched the help. e(b) gives the
coefficient estimates, and e(V) gives the covariance of the estimates. But
do I then have to calculate the p, the t, and the Confidence Intervals by
i think it's the same for all regression type commands...
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