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st: RE: Looping in each of 5 imputed datasets

From   "Martin Weiss" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: Looping in each of 5 imputed datasets
Date   Sat, 6 Feb 2010 22:51:31 +0100


Actually, the way you condition on the "_mj" looks good to me  - and works
in my example below. 

-statsby- could be a convenient alternative for you.

You should -set trace on- just before the -psmatch2- call and report the
area around the error to the list.

Vers 10.1

set obs 1000

forv i=1/10{
	gen x`i'=rnormal()
	replace x`i'=. if runiform()<.2

ice x1 x2 x3, saving(imputed) m(5) replace

u imputed, clear
forv x=1/5{
	reg x1 x2 if _mj==`x'


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Anna D. Johnson
Sent: Samstag, 6. Februar 2010 17:25
Subject: st: Looping in each of 5 imputed datasets

I am using Stata 10 in Windows. I have multiply imputed data that I  
imputed using -ice-. I want to eventually be able to run the  
-psmatch2- and -pstest- commands in each of my 5 imputed data sets. I  
would like to tell Stata to run these commands, first in dataset  
_mj=1, then in dataset _mj=2, and so on through dataset _mj=5. A  
colleague was kind enough to share some code with me, but I can't get  
it run. Specifically, after the -psmatch2- line, I get an "invalid  
syntax" message. Here is the code I have been trying to use:

gen weight1=.;
gen pscore1=.;
forvalues x=1/5{;
set seed 339487731;
gen r = uniform();
sort _mj r;
drop r;

psmatch2 treatment covars covars outcome if _mj==`x',
outcome(outcome) noreplacement desc common trim(10);

pstest covars covars outcome, sum ;
replace weight1=_weight if _mj==`x';
replace pscore1=_pscore if _mj==`x';

I imagine somewhere in there I need to specify that the 'x' represents  
each of the _mj datasets, but I don't know how to do this. Any help  
would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks.

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