Date: Dec 13, 2012 7:09 PM
Author: Ray Koopman
Subject: Re: The SE's are in the zipped files but here they are for your<br> convenience ....

On Dec 13, 4:20 am, djh <halitsk...@att.net> wrote:
> You asked:
>
> ?Could you post the same data plus the SE for each Aubqe? Or is all
> that somewhere in one of those
> zip files you sent offline? ?
>
> Yes, the SE?s are in the zipped files in the ?AubqeSE? column next to
> the ?Aubqe? column. But for convenience, here are the tables from my
> last post with AubqeSE data added:
>
> b1 C | 1 N
>
> LenID,Aubqe,AubqeSE,obsN
>
> 28,-0.02173329,0.032360671,24
> 29,0.02723021,0.042439911,25
> 30,-0.010880656,0.060448874,29
> 31,0.029825086,0.044626868,19
> 32,-0.011625612,0.068789659,20
> 33,0.071438615,0.058399923,17
> 34,0.009855592,0.07120324,22
> 35,0.113916039,0.059036632,21
> 36,-0.016038401,0.069465338,23
> 37,0.047093588,0.067066085,16
> 38,-0.002015528,0.049780384,17
> 39,0.098748678,0.068321893,15
> 41,0.090504651,0.072011646,29
> 58,-0.040066899,0.116877294,16
> 60,0.07427194,0.093778651,19
> 61,0.139588949,0.298595807,19
> 62,0.242534468,0.190430581,19
> 63,0.139639919,0.233023376,17
> 67,-0.130255362,0.089042552,19
> 72,0.002199866,0.156154943,18
> 74,-0.107438465,0.117852653,19
> 76,0.136680341,0.101954532,24
> 78,-0.090464638,0.186492482,20
> 79,0.192887241,0.106391806,20
> 84,0.285430214,0.137922145,17
> 93,-0.091072353,0.196281405,15
> 98,0.283460793,0.165068688,16
> 102,0.352348082,0.159425452,15
>
> b1 S | 1 N
>
> LenID,Aubqe,AubqeSE,obsN
>
> 28,-0.041933273,0.027214716,17
> 30,0.082857411,0.085267118,17
> 32,-0.02330781,0.054042933,15
> 33,0.016436268,0.054621682,19
> 34,0.064338883,0.050257391,18
> 35,0.018537301,0.077186039,17
> 36,0.135477085,0.06312992,26
> 37,-0.024060074,0.065477241,20
> 38,0.062289905,0.045739019,18
> 39,0.070760023,0.055851664,15
> 40,0.123686153,0.074966381,17
> 41,0.13227604,0.06411005,26
> 43,0.214517353,0.067705266,15
> 47,0.076900232,0.07611105,17
> 58,0.092083175,0.068201861,15
> 60,0.034969293,0.118612528,17
> 61,0.147578406,0.067535775,16
> 62,0.109426822,0.049704362,20
> 63,0.129541862,0.078819452,17
> 64,0.334851532,0.317719068,16
> 67,-0.075508098,0.075249166,16
> 72,0.277183445,0.102068254,21
> 74,0.187384762,0.122023873,21
> 76,0.239240102,0.121854845,22
> 78,0.167346457,0.09753544,19
> 79,-0.028333849,0.173957054,19
> 81,0.428005607,0.166955996,17
> 82,0.157404506,0.093227738,16
> 84,-0.119050706,0.14423535,18
> 92,0.214102568,0.122419139,15
> 98,-0.174494187,0.296430151,16


A while back I noted that the SE of the average slope in the
regression of c on (u,u^2) was linear in the length index, and I
suggested it might be because of the equal-ratio property of the
intervals. But here the SEs of Aubque are roughly linear in Length,
even tho the regressions are for individual lengths, not length
intervals. Does that hold for the other Axxxx's? This needs to be
understood. Is there something intrinsically different going on
at the longer lengths, or is it just length per se (as in more
opportunities)?