Overall Model Fit Number of obs e = 200 F( 4, 195) f = 46.69 Prob > F f = 0.0000 R-squared g = 0.4892 Adj R-squared h = 0.4788 Root MSE i = 7.1482 . e. Number of obs – This is the number of observations used in the regression analysis.

R’s rpart package provides a powerful framework for growing classification and regression trees. To see how it works, let’s get started with a minimal example. Motivating Problem First let’s define a problem. There’s a common scam amongst motorists whereby a person will slam on his breaks in heavy traffic with the intention of being rear-ended. The person will then file an insurance ...

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Stock split history for Microsoft since 1986. Stock split history for Microsoft since 1986. Prices shown are actual historical values and are not adjusted for either splits or dividends.

But today I found a more convenient way of splitting numbers by using -nsplit- (Dan Blanchette). -nsplit- creates new numeric variables to split a numeric variable according to digit pattern. By using -nsplit-, the block of codes above can be shortened into a single line as follows: nsplit psgccode, digits(2 2 2 3) gen(reg prov mun bgy)

faSplit - Split an fa file into several files. usage: faSplit how input.fa count outRoot where how is either Files split by sequence will be broken at the nearest fa record boundary.