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st: AW: combined Pearson and Spearman (listwise ) + LATEX |

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Mon, 18 May 2009 21:30:22 +0200 |

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BTW, the only thing that needs to change from Rene`s code is that you
replace -version 10.1- by -version 10-, just in case you do not manage to
update.
-outtable- happily takes a -format()- option as witnessed in its help
file...
HTH
Martin
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Dear all,
I would like to create LISTWISE Pearson and Spearman Correlations in a
single matrix (similar to René, see below) and put this into LATEX.
My problem is, that I only have Stata 10 version, and cannot update to Stata
10.1 (It returns the error: cannot write in directory C:\Program
Files\Stata10\ado\updates\). So is there a program command similar to the
one below for Stata 10?
And I would like to display the p-value in parantheses below. And all
numbers should have only three decimals.
Thanx a lot for your help!!! This would be great!
Best,
Katja
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René said
Is there a way to do pairwise Pearson AND Spearman Correlations in a
single matrix, such as Pearson in the lower left and Spearman in the
upper right traingle of the matrix?
Provided, that is even possible. Is there a nice way to ouput such a
correlation matrix to LaTeX?
The following requires -outtable- from SSC (ssc install outtable)
-------------------
capt prog drop corrmat
*! corrmat CFB 2008dec09
prog corrmat
version 10.1
syntax varlist(numeric) using/
qui spearman `varlist', pw
tempname c
mat `c' = r(Rho)
local k: word count `varlist'
forv i = 2/`k' {
local f: word `i' of `varlist'
forv j = 1/`=`i'-1' {
local s: word `j' of `varlist'
qui corr `f' `s'
mat `c'[`i', `j'] = r(rho)
}
}
outtable using `using', mat(`c') replace format(%9.4f)
di _n "Spearman/Pearson correlations written to `using'.tex" _n
end
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