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st: RE: Element-by-element computation in Mata

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: Element-by-element computation in Mata
Date   Mon, 10 May 2010 19:43:08 +0100

You don't even need :* for the multiplication. Multiplication of a
scalar and a matrix is covered by common or garden multiplication *. But
the subtraction must be elementwise using :- (the elementwise


I am trying to do an element-by-element computation in mata but am not
sure if it is possible. Given a matrix Z with elements z[I,j], what I
would like to do is transform the elements of Z using scalars a and b to
create a new matrix W as follows:
How might this be done using the element-by-element colon operator in
mata, if it can be done? 

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