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"K Jensen" <k.x.jensen@googlemail.com> |

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statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu |

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Re: st: RE: Generating grouped variable list of xi'd variables via column names |

Date |
Fri, 13 Jul 2007 13:06:48 +0100 |

Thanks, Maarten - as ever, this is really helpful. I'm afraid that macro programming puts my head in a spin... I was wondering how easy it would be to convert the results in model_I di "`model_I'" _Idrug_2 _Idrug_3 _Irandcat_2 _Irandcat_3 to the form _Idrug* _Irandcat* Sorry to be a pest again, Karin P.S. I realized the problem with the way I had created randcat the second after I had clicked on send! On 13/07/07, Maarten Buis <M.Buis@fsw.vu.nl> wrote:

--- K Jensen wrote:I would like to generate lists of groups of variables that have been generated via xi from the column names of the vector e(b) after regression commands. It's probably easier to explain with an example... sysuse cancer stset studytime, fail(died) gen randcat=1 replace randcat=2 if uniform()>1/3 replace randcat=3 if uniform()>2/3 xi:stcox i.drug age i.randcat . matrix list e(b) e(b)[1,5] _Idrug_2 _Idrug_3 age _Irandcat_2 _Irandcat_3 y1 -1.7300519 -3.2313217 .12791436 -.93457115 -.77850524 I would like to take the column names from e(b) to generate a varlist of the xi-generated variable groups, something like: _Idrug* _Irand*With the -unab- command you can get a list of all variable names starting with _I, with the -indeplist- command (downloadable from ssc) you can get a list of all independent variables in your model, and with the list extended macro function you combine these two list to create a list of all _I variables that are in your model. See the example below: *-------------- begin example ----------- sysuse cancer, clear stset studytime, fail(died) gen randcat= ceil(3*uniform()) xi:stcox i.drug age i.randcat indeplist, local di "`X'" unab all_I : _I* local model_I : list all_I & X di "`model_I'" *-------------- end example ------------- (For more on how to use examples I sent to the Statalist, see http://home.fsw.vu.nl/m.buis/stata/exampleFAQ.html ) Hope this helps, Maarten Ps. Notice that I created the variable randcat differently. You created it by calling the function uniform() twice. That way -uniform()>1/3- and -uniform()>2/3- can both be true since they refer to different random numbers. More on this in Stata Tip 48 which will appear in the next Stata Journal. A pre-publication draft is downloadable from my website. ----------------------------------------- Maarten L. Buis

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