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Re: st: how to indicate rho, sigma, and lambda in treatreg using estout


From   Nobuya Fukugawa <nfukugawa@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: how to indicate rho, sigma, and lambda in treatreg using estout
Date   Sun, 21 Feb 2010 12:20:04 +0900

statalisters,
is it possible to save the result of percentile other than listed
below (e.g. 66th percentile) using "summarize"?
------example-------
su y,detail
list if y>r(p66)

------stata help copy-------
Saved results

    summarize saves the following in r():

    Scalars
      r(N)           number of observations
      r(mean)        mean
      r(skewness)    skewness (detail only)
      r(min)         minimum
      r(max)         maximum
      r(sum_w)       sum of the weights
      r(p1)          1st percentile (detail only)
      r(p5)          5th percentile (detail only)
      r(p10)         10th percentile (detail only)
      r(p25)         25th percentile (detail only)
      r(p50)         50th percentile (detail only)
      r(p75)         75th percentile (detail only)
      r(p90)         90th percentile (detail only)
      r(p95)         95th percentile (detail only)
      r(p99)         99th percentile (detail only)
      r(Var)         variance
      r(kurtosis)    kurtosis (detail only)
      r(sum)         sum of variable
      r(sd)          standard deviation

thank you in advance.
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