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From   Joseph Coveney <[email protected]>
To   Statalist <[email protected]>
Subject   Re: st: GET SAMPLES IN STATA
Date   Mon, 09 Feb 2004 21:17:25 +0900

I forgot to mention that -<command> if !training- conveniently uses your
holdout sample after you've finished with the training.  So, the command
stream  would be:

set seed <seed>
generate byte training = uniform() < 0.33
<command> if training
* then, to use the holdouts after stepwise regression or whatever
<command> if !training
* or
<command> if ~training

Joseph Coveney

I wrote:

>You can flag training samples by -generate byte training = (uniform() <
>where X is the percentage of the total dataset that you want to use for
>training.  So, for example, if you want to use 33% for training and keep
>remaining 67% for holdout, then the commands would be:
>set seed <seed>
>generate byte training = uniform() < 0.33
><command> if training
>Joseph Coveney
>sgsr100 wrote:
>>Do you know how can a get a training sample randomly chosen from stata
>>and how can I keep the remaining observations as a holdout sample.

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