Dear all,

I'm facing difficulties in interpreting a three-way-interaction term. I'm using OLS and the three-way-interaction term is significant. Y is the response variable (continuous), X the predictor (independent) variable (continuous) and Z and W being moderator variables one is continuous and one binary. I would like to plot this interaction as calculating the effect on the dependent variable seems very hard.

I included all the variables in my regression (additionally there are more control variables included) The three-way-interaction term is significant. However, the other coefficients differ in significance, so that most of them are statistically insignificant.

Y = b0 + b1X + b2Z + b3W + b4XZ + b5XW + b6ZW + b7XZW

Does this influence the interpretation of the results?

I would really appreciate if someone could provide some codes in stata to plot this three-way-interaction term. Unfortunately, I only found information for a three-way interaction term consisting of continuous variables. Thank you!

I'm facing difficulties in interpreting a three-way-interaction term. I'm using OLS and the three-way-interaction term is significant. Y is the response variable (continuous), X the predictor (independent) variable (continuous) and Z and W being moderator variables one is continuous and one binary. I would like to plot this interaction as calculating the effect on the dependent variable seems very hard.

I included all the variables in my regression (additionally there are more control variables included) The three-way-interaction term is significant. However, the other coefficients differ in significance, so that most of them are statistically insignificant.

Y = b0 + b1X + b2Z + b3W + b4XZ + b5XW + b6ZW + b7XZW

Does this influence the interpretation of the results?

I would really appreciate if someone could provide some codes in stata to plot this three-way-interaction term. Unfortunately, I only found information for a three-way interaction term consisting of continuous variables. Thank you!

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