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Re: st: Questions

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Subject   Re: st: Questions
Date   Mon, 15 Sep 2003 15:31:45 +0530 (IST)

Dear Danny,

For getting the estimation results without pressing the space bar all the
time ....type "set more off". Then you will not get any more prompts.

For reading N/'ll have to change your variables format. i.e.
whenever a N/A is in any observation for a variable, then Stata reads the
variable as string and I guess strings can't be used in estimation
This leaves you with one option... change your N/A to "."

-Jayesh Kumar

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:Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2003 03:18:13 -0000
:From: dyap82 <>
:To: statalist
:Subject: st: Questions
:Hi All
:I'm new to Stata so I would appreciate any assistance
:1. I was wondering what the command is to stop stata from requiring
:the user to press the space bar when a long regression is estimated.
:ie is it possible just to keep on estimating a series of regression
:without consistent prompts.
:2. I have inputed a data file with missing values denoted N/A. It
:seems as though Stata omits each whole observation when there is
:only an N/A in one of the columns. Is there anyway make Stata
:recognise an N/A only when the variable is used in a regression?

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