Friday, February 24, 2006
Re: st: Show significant interactions between different survey questions (Newbie Question)
Paul Hurley wrote:
(A warm welcome to Statalist from me, but - in view of your subject heading - please take note of Nick Cox's comments earlier this week, which you can read here:
> One part of the survey was a series of questions with likert scale > responses (strongly agree, agree, neither, disagree, strongly > disagree). There were twelve questions. I want to produce a table with > twelve rows and twelve columns, and the significance of the interaction > of two questions in each cell (I think this would be the p value). > > Can this be done, and can it be done in Stata ??
Yes, it can: but only if by "interaction" you actually mean "correlation". If so, try -corr- or -pwcorr, sig-. Hope that helps.
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