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Re: st: How do I obtain the Prob > F from the scalars?


From   Phil Clayton <philclayton@internode.on.net>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: How do I obtain the Prob > F from the scalars?
Date   Tue, 11 Jan 2011 07:19:47 +1100

No worries. Also, as I should have mentioned earlier, see -help F- for more info on this problem and -help density_functions- for related functions.

On 11/01/2011, at 6:31 AM, Scott Talkington wrote:

> Thanks, Phil.  I looked all over for that on the internet and in Stata documentation, and just couldn't find it.  I knew it had to be something so obvious that people wouldn't even mention it.  Works like a charm.  I just create e(P) and report it out the same as the other e-level variables.
> 
> 
> On 1/8/2011 6:12 PM, Phil Clayton wrote:
>> 1 - F(e(df_m), e(df_r), e(F))
>> 
>> On 09/01/2011, at 8:20 AM, Scott Talkington wrote:
>> 
>>> I wanted to output the N, F stastistic, and the Prob>  F (significance) to an Excel sheet in a workbook and was using tab_xml to do it (appending a sheet to an already existing workbook).  But the latter value doesn't seem to be among the scalars available.  Is there a way I can calculate it from the variables that  are available after an estimation?
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