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Re: st: factor command - Factor analysis of data

From   Stas Kolenikov <>
Subject   Re: st: factor command - Factor analysis of data
Date   Wed, 5 Sep 2012 12:21:28 -0500

I am sure it will be entertaining for most of the readers to learn
what this test is. (In a less polite way: give the reference! Nobody
knows what that test is, given that nobody replied to your earlier

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On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 10:59 AM, Marco Ercolani <> wrote:
> Dear Statalisters,
> If I run the following sequence of commands:
> ---begin program---------------------------------------------------------
> webuse nlsw88.dta, clear
> generate lnWage=ln(wage)
> regress lnWage age married collgrad south c_city union hours tenure
> factor lnWage age married collgrad south c_city union hours tenure, pcf
> ---end program-----------------------------------------------------------
> Can I interpret the output of the "factor" command as a "Harman One Factor test"?
> sincerely,
>  Marco
> P.S. I already posted the same question in a more obtuse way under
> "st: Harman One Factor test". I promise this will be my last attempt.
> Dr Marco G. Ercolani
> Department of Economics
> University of Birmingham
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