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RE: st: xtmixed postestimation: correlation between dependent and independent

From   megan rossi <>
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Subject   RE: st: xtmixed postestimation: correlation between dependent and independent
Date   Sun, 17 Mar 2013 13:05:58 +1000

SO you would just report that for every 4units increase in the independent variable there is a 1 unit increase in the dependent variable (if the coefficient was 4)...just with reporting in papers they prefer an r or r2, so there is no way of calculating this?

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> Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2013 22:57:39 -0400
> Subject: Re: st: xtmixed postestimation: correlation between dependent and independent
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> On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 10:46 PM, megan rossi <> wrote:
> > Hi All
> > With xtmixed is there a post estimate command that will give you the correlation coefficient between the dependent and independent variable? The intraclass correlation gives you the correlation between the dependent and the levels, but I am after the dependant and independent correlation.<<
> Essentially the strength of relationship is measured by the regression
> coefficient. This asymmetry is part of what a regression does.
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