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A good place to start is to install the user made package by Joseph N Luchman, domin, which you can install on your system with...
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Dear Franci,
Possibly some other Statalister can help you out on #3. I am not familiar with double hurdle models.
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Dear Lisa,
Possibly, this paper, just published, might be of use to you:
Smith, E. K., Lacy, M. G., & Mayer, A. (2019)....
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My next thought, reading Clyde's post, is to also plot the confidence intervals. Using Nick Cox earlier post here on that subject, my code is:
Code:*
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Graded marker fill color by the values of a variable (like marker size), also Opacity controlled
The possibility to control the marker fill...
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Dear John,
I think that is rather difficult to somehow align these two very different original measurement scales.
Hence, my suggested...
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Dear Willemijn,
To compare and analyse all categories, including the base or reference category, you could apply the socalled quasivariance...
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Dear John,
Good, you now have both measurements available as a standardized scales. This means that you can study their association with...
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ericmelse replied to HETTREATREG: module to compute diagnostics for linear regression when treatment effects are heterogeneousin GeneralDear Tymon,
Thank you for contribution. I have found the appendix to your paper on your website and in it a more detailed presentation of...
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Well, I suppose that makes sense.
My suggestion would be to follow this procedure with each variable:
* create a variable which is...
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Dear John,
I gather from your problem description that you have two measures on very different scales (012, 735). Assuming that both measures...
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Dear Karim,
Possibly, this paper offers good advice to compare and examine median values between group categories, using quantile regression:...
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Dear Shiva,
Did you make the spline in #3 yourself?
In any case, unless you provide some data to work with it is about impossible to...
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Dear Chiara,
Possibly, this paper offers good advice to compare and examine median values between group categories:
The Stata...
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