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st: Number of variables limit


From   Constantine Daskalakis <C_Daskalakis@mail.jci.tju.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Number of variables limit
Date   Thu, 21 Aug 2008 15:03:30 -0400

According to the Stata website, Stata has a limit of 32,767 variables (I've never personally had to go that high). Yet, in today's world of genomics, we may have a dataset with 100,000+ variables -- for example, in a microarray dataset, each gene would be a variable.

How do people do such analyses in Stata?

Is there a trick to handle such data?

Thanks in advance for any pointers.
CD



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