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RE: st: test for trend with svy commands?

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   RE: st: test for trend with svy commands?
Date   Thu, 21 Oct 2004 21:08:26 +0100

The zeroth lesson is how to find this out for 
yourself. The manual entry [R] summarize 
and on-line help for -summarize- certainly 
explain this. It is a bit trickier to find out 
what it does by trying it out, as it leaves 
no output in the Results window, but only 
a set of results that may be seen by typing -return 
list-. But that's explained in the sources

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Melissa D. A. Carlson
> Thanks so much for this reply. Just a quick follow-up question:
> What does "sum year, mean" do?
Stas Kolenikov
> an easy thing to do is to create use the variable -year-, or better
> centered version of that,
> sum year, mean
> g cyear = year - r(mean)
> and put it into your regression
> svyreg male cyear

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