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# RE: Antwort: Re: st: RE: matrix results saved

 From Nick Cox <[email protected]> To "'[email protected]'" <[email protected]> Subject RE: Antwort: Re: st: RE: matrix results saved Date Thu, 11 Nov 2010 16:14:42 +0000

```This sounds much better than my suggestion.

Nick
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Richard Ochmann

***
scalar chi2s = r(chi2)
scalar chi2p = r(p)
estout, cells(b(star fmt(%9.3f)) se(par)) stats(chi2s chi2p)
***

Rodrigo Briceño

> Sorry Nick for not being so explicit.
>
> What I want is that these two values r1  22.942303 (chi2 statistic
> saved as a matrix) and r1  .02821978 (p-value) appears below the
> estout results already saved. An example of this with my first
> regression:
>
> estout, cells(b(star fmt(%9.3f)) se(par)) stats(r2_a N hettest hetp,
> fmt(%9.3f %9.0g %9.3f %9.3f)):
>
>                      Reg1
> ----------------------------
> sap                -0.238
>                   (0.183)
> liqmk               1.183**
>                   (0.350)
> ----------------------------
> r2_a                0.370
> N                      54
> hettest            32.227
> hetp                0.152
> bg                  22.942303
> pbg                  0.02821978
>
>
> >
> > Yesterday I posted a request about how to include
> > Chi2 statistics and p-values from Breusch Godfrey Test into estout
> > results. After doing an all-day research, since I'm not a Stata
> > Programming expert, I discovered that Breusch Godfrey produces matrix
> > results instead of scalar results (as estat hettest, for testing
> > heteroskedasticity does).
> >
> > I also discovered that by especifying  matrix bg=r (chi2) and matrix
> > pbg= r(p) I was able to save chi2 values and p-values for the test.
> > When I list the results I can see something like this:
> >
> > matrix list bg
> >
> > symmetric bg[1,1]
> >         lags:
> >           12
> > r1  22.942303
> >
> > matrix list pbg
> >
> > symmetric pbg[1,1]
> >         lags:
> >           12
> > r1  .02821978
> >
> > My new question to the list is: it is possible to just extract the r1
> > values expressed in both matrix?

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