Have you tried suest instead. They are pretty much similar with few differences.
The skeleton for suest is something like this
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You can try the compress option with estimates table.
e.g. estimates table model 1 model 2, b(%9.2f) stats(N aic) star(.05 .01 .001) compress
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Interpretation of the Underidentification test in ivreg2h
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I have a panel dataset and am running IVREG2H. I have 2 endogenous regressors. I am only relying on generated instruments. The equation...
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cherry singhal started a topic Test for endogeneity in presence of continuous interaction using IVREG2Hin GeneralTest for endogeneity in presence of continuous interaction using IVREG2H
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I have gone through multiple posts/replies on Statalist regarding endogeneity but I am still stuck so pardon my ignorance here. I...
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cherry singhal replied to Interpreting effect of X on Y when X has a linear and quadratic term in a mixed modelin GeneralThanks much Clyde for your response!
I fully agree with you on this. This is more of a learning exercise for me in mixed effects...
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cherry singhal started a topic Interpreting effect of X on Y when X has a linear and quadratic term in a mixed modelin GeneralInterpreting effect of X on Y when X has a linear and quadratic term in a mixed model
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I am using Stata 14. I have a panel dataset  firms and years (firm is the higher level). I am running a mixed model which includes...
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Thank you Clyde for the elaborate explanation!
Thank you Joseph for the hands on example, it so helps!...
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mixed model postestimation using predict
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I am using Stata 14. I have a panel dataset  firms and years. I am running a mixed model which includes both fixed and random effects....
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Nick, no logarithm is not defined (at least for statistical analysis) for negative values of the variable, which is why I resorted to neglog.
...Last edited by cherry singhal; 31 Dec 2016, 18:55.
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Clyde, could you please elaborate on this a little....
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Thank you Clyde. I will think more on your comment....
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I also thought I should attach the graph for ln(y) and neglog(y).
graph twoway function neglogy = cond(ros<0, ln(1 + abs(ros)), ln(1 + abs(ros)))...
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Thank you Nick for responding. I do not think I understood you well.
1) what did you imply by "fit all cases"?
As...
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neglog transformation and interpretation
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I am using Stata 14.
I have an unbalanced panel data set. I am using mixed to estimate fixed and random effects.
I have...Last edited by cherry singhal; 27 Dec 2016, 16:42.
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