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Kit Baum <baum@bc.edu> |

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st: re: question about "testparm" |

Date |
Sun, 1 Feb 2009 14:05:36 -0500 |

<> Martin said, quoting another respondent: "Then, you would need to run your -testparm- 3 separate times: one for Var1/Var2, another for Var1/Var3, and a third for Var2/Var3." See my code segment in my earlier code: ************* webuse highschool, clear svy: regress weight height state county school test he=sch test he=state,accum test scho=state,accum

test (height = school) (height = state) (school = state)

test height = state = school

Kit

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