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st: How to use estimated coefficients for further analysis


From   Indu Khurana <indu.statauser@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: How to use estimated coefficients for further analysis
Date   Mon, 22 Aug 2011 13:21:36 -0400

Dear Statalisters,

I am running some regressions, they look like:

hrs = alpha + beta (laghrs) +  gamma (phr)

svy: regress hrs laghrs phr if year==1| year==2

I am actually interested in getting the

a)  value of 1-beta,  (1 minus beta)
b) check the significance of 1-beta.
c) standard errors and Confidence Interval of 1-beta

Also, Is there a way that I can list the 1-beta value in the
regression results table itself, with se, t value, p values and C.I.
I tried using -addstat- for this by creating scalars, but no result.

Forgive my ignorance on the above topic.

Thanks for all the help!!

Regards

Indu

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