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Re: st: how-to calculate beta, standardized coefficients using svy regress?


From   Richard Williams <Richard.A.Williams.5@ND.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: how-to calculate beta, standardized coefficients using svy regress?
Date   Tue, 03 Jul 2007 13:09:27 -0500

At 11:04 AM 7/3/2007, Richard Williams wrote:
At 09:43 AM 7/3/2007, Steven Samuels wrote:
"findit spost9" will find the -spost9- package. It includes the - listcoef- command, which will show betas standardized for X, for Y,
and for both.
listcoef seems to get broken in Stata 10. In Stata 9, this sequence works fine:
I take it back. Scott Long recently posted an update to spost9. He writes "Please update spost9_ado. Stata 10 broke a lot of things but I think everything is now working. If the update doesn't work, could you try uninstalling and reinstalling." I updated and now listcoef seems to work fine.

I'm still a little surprised that the program broke though. Usually things continue to work fine thanks to version control. Post-estimation commands may have more problems though, at least if the estimation commands themselves are not run with version control. I remember some user-written routines broke in Stata 9 because ologit and oprobit changed the way results were stored.


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