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st: RE: RE: RE: ret list of STATA10

From   "Martin Weiss" <>
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Subject   st: RE: RE: RE: ret list of STATA10
Date   Tue, 2 Dec 2008 17:39:34 +0100

Line for the server...

Truth be told, A.S.J. did say in the subject line that he is now conducting
his estimations in Stata 10, and I overlooked that in my reply. But, as Nick
has said, the question remains shrouded in mystery...


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Nick Cox
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 5:32 PM
Subject: st: RE: RE: ret list of STATA10

To strengthen Martin's point: 

This question is at best very difficult to answer without knowing 

1. Which version of -metan- you are using. Show the results of -which

2. What you typed, precisely. 

3. What you mean by "usually provided by Stata 9.2". I can't see that
has any meaning in itself. 

What you are seeing are basically what might be expected after a
raphics command. I can't say which. 


Martin Weiss

What has changed? Have you switched to Stata 10 or updated -metan- or
Try to formulate your question in terms of the examples in -h metan-...

Mendis, A.S.J.

I have run a meta-analysis using METAN command on odds ration scale, and
used RET LIST to see the saved results. The output I got is as below.
It does not provide the pooled estimate of the effect size, tau squared,
of log odds ratio, ect. which usually provided by STATA 9.2
               r(ymin) =  0
               r(ymax) =  8
               r(xmin) =  .0469176173210144
               r(xmax) =  1046.383911132813
                 r(ay) =  -2339.5
                 r(by) =  19771
                 r(ax) =  2544.230488395218
                 r(bx) =  13254.72217268045
               r(dbox) : "1055,5471,19771,30945,443,213,0"
               r(gbox) : "0,0,22376,32000,923,444,0"
This output is different to the one that I usually see in Intercooled

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