English, Article edition: CORRTAB: Stata module to display correlation coefficients in a formatted tabular output Fred Wolfe

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  • CORRTAB: Stata module to display correlation coefficients in a formatted tabular output
Author
  • Fred Wolfe
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  • corrtab provides a rapid display of correlations formatted for easy reading and for copying to reports and manuscripts. It optionally makes use of advanced labeling systems to provide clear and useful display suitable for the screen and for word-processors. corrtab displays Pearson or Spearman rank correlations. The default calculation of individual correlation coefficients is made independently and thus the display contains the pairwise coefficients. Optionally, casewise deletion can be requested. The sample size and a test of independence are also reported optionally. String variables are automatically omitted from the analytic processing. Multiple, duplicative variable designations can be selected to enable full capture of intended variables; duplicate variables specified in the varlist are removed before processing. corrtab is a version 8 upgrade of pwcorrs (q.v.).
  • tables, correlation
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s434201
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  • English
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