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Re: st: STATA 11 MI - how to get a standardized correlation?


From   weddings@stata.com (Wesley D. Eddings, StataCorp)
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: STATA 11 MI - how to get a standardized correlation?
Date   Wed, 12 May 2010 14:15:17 -0500

Chris Weiland <weilanch@gmail.com> asked how to obtain standardized
multiple-imputation regression coefficients:

> I am using STATA 11's MI features.  However, as I saw noted on another
> post, the "beta" option for mi estimate: reg does not work (that post
> is here: http://www.stata.com/statalist/archive/2009-12/msg01005.html).
> I would like to estimate the standardized correlations among some of
> my imputed variables.  Does anyone know how to do this easily? 

It's easy with the user-written command -mibeta-, which estimates standardized
regression coefficients from -mi- data.  Use the command -findit mibeta- to
install -mibeta-.  

--Wes
weddings@stata.com
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