Dear all,

I am using the new non-parametric regression command with bootstrap standard errors on a large sample size of cross-sectional data. The dependent variables is a binary variable and independent variables include a few continuous variables and dummy variables.

npregress kernel infant_death gwec impwater impsan_shared unimpsanratio gwd $control, vce(bootstrap, reps(5) seed(2018) nodrop)

I used "nodrop" option here with bootstrap to fix the error of "insufficient observations to compute bootstrap standard errors".

Here is the output. All the dummy variables are omitted. Does anybody have any idea what goes wrong here?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Warm regards,

Doris

I am using the new non-parametric regression command with bootstrap standard errors on a large sample size of cross-sectional data. The dependent variables is a binary variable and independent variables include a few continuous variables and dummy variables.

npregress kernel infant_death gwec impwater impsan_shared unimpsanratio gwd $control, vce(bootstrap, reps(5) seed(2018) nodrop)

I used "nodrop" option here with bootstrap to fix the error of "insufficient observations to compute bootstrap standard errors".

Here is the output. All the dummy variables are omitted. Does anybody have any idea what goes wrong here?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Warm regards,

Doris

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