Sunday, March 12, 2006

st: Re:

On 3/12/06, LISA M. FISHER <fisherls@email.uc.edu> wrote: > I am new to Stata and trying to figure out a few things pertaining to svy functions...Are there svy functions for generating correlations and model fit information such as chi-square, log likelihood, and pseudo r-square?

I don't work with survey data as such, and I'm sure others can provide more direct answers, but -findit- is your friend (-man findit- for more information).

In Stata try the following...

. findit survey correlation . findit survey likelihood . findit survey squared

One of the common hits to all of these is...

http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/examples/ess5/

...which hopefully is of some use.

HTH's,

Neil

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