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RE: st: RE: dominance test for concentration curve

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: RE: dominance test for concentration curve
Date   Fri, 15 Aug 2008 18:26:08 +0100

Thanks for that information. 


Sergiy Radyakin

In all probability the command in question is this one:

It was already mentioned in the list earlier:

The description of syntax and examples can be found e.g. here:

On 8/15/08, Nick Cox <> wrote:

> -findit- finds no Stata command called -dominance-. I don't think
> further advice is possible without information on where to find the
> code.
> The FAQ advises that you say where user-written commands you are using
> come from.

Vincenzo Carrieri

> I drew on stata a concentration curve for hospitalization days with
> regard to people ranked by socio-economic conditions. Now, I would
> like to perform dominance test for my Concentration Curve against 45
> line by using dominance.ado file.
> My stata command was: dominance nnotti rank, sortvar (socio-economic)
> rule (both)
> where:
> nnotti is my y-axis variable for hospitalization days
> rank is to draw perfect equality curve
> socio-economic is my categorical variable (5 groups)
> But Stata give me the following error message:
> standard error evaluated to missing
> already preserved r(621);
> Is it maybe because I cannot test for dominance with concentration
> curve with categorical
> variable on x-axis or there is something wrong in my command?

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