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Re: st: Missing F-Statistics in estimation results, why?
Thanks for pointing this out. I had no idea as I was saving my
results in log. I didn't used to understand why smcl is introduced,
now I do!
On 3/16/06, Austin Nichols <email@example.com> wrote:
> If you are running Stat in a windowed environment, I am guessing that
> the "F(n1,n2)=" that precedes the "." appears in a color differing
> from surrounding output, indicating that if you click on it, it will
> take you to -help j_robustsingular-
> On 3/16/06, Ada Ma <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I have estimated some equations both with and without weights, and
> > while the unweighted version gives the F-Statistics at the top of the
> > results, the weighted version doesn't (it shows a ".").
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