## How do you write square root in Stata?

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- sqrt(a)—see [M-5] sqrt( )—calculates the (element-by-element) square root of a and returns the. result:
- Most functions work like sqrt(), although many take more than one argument.
- As another example, st view(V, i, j)—see [M-5] st view( )—creates a view onto the Stata dataset.

**How do I cube root in Stata?**

To Stata, cube roots are not special. As is standard with mathematical and statistical software, there is a dedicated square-root function sqrt(); but cube roots are just powers, and so they are obtained by using the ^ operator.

**What does I command do in Stata?**

Stata: Data Analysis and Statistical Software You can prefix a variable with i. to specify indicators for each level (category) of the variable. You can put a # between two variables to create an interaction–indicators for each combination of the categories of the variables.

### How do I convert square root to data in R?

How to Transform Data in R (Log, Square Root, Cube Root)

- Log Transformation: Transform the response variable from y to log(y).
- Square Root Transformation: Transform the response variable from y to √y.
- Cube Root Transformation: Transform the response variable from y to y1/3.

**What are the Stata commands?**

27.1 41 commands

- Putting aside the statistical commands that might particularly interest you, here are 41 commands. that everyone should know:
- help, net search, search.
- adoupdate. [R] adoupdate.
- Operating system interface. pwd, cd.
- Using and saving data from disk. save.
- use. [D] use.
- append, merge.
- compress.

**What does .I mean in Stata?**

You can prefix a variable with i. to specify indicators for each level (category) of the variable. You can put a # between two variables to create an interaction–indicators for each combination of the categories of the variables.