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Giulio Rizzoli <[email protected]> |

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Sat, 19 Sep 2009 17:17:27 +0200 |

This mail didn't go through twice I try the third time after reading the FAQ instructions. Dear all:

frequently extracted variables within a backward and forward algorithm.

Am I correct?

statistics: b_sesso = _b[fsex] b_age = _b[age] b_nyha4 = _b[nyha4] ................................................................................ >.... Bootstrap statistics Number of obs = 327 Replications = 1000 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Variable | Reps Observed Bias Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] -------------+---------------------------------------------------------------- b_fsex | 597 -.3829885 -.1357204 .138327 -.6546561 -.1113208 (N) | -.8652664 -.3303381 (P) | -.4775621 -.2981049 (BC) | -1.328869 .6971875 (BC) b_age | 550 .0824691 .0245982 .0309384 .021697 .1432412 (N) | .0681392 .1776492 (P) | -.1053623 .1156664 (BC) b_nyha4 | 845 1.043275 .2214171 .3910648 .2757012 1.810849 (N) | .652275 2.103901 (P) | .5398257 1.679764 (BC) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Note: N = normal P = percentile

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