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Weights and Descriptive statistics
I am conducting a study that examines the impact of a statelevel policy on individuals living in counties that have physician shortages. My main data...
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Andrew Musau Thanks. Is there anyway I could rewrite the margins command in Code A to get the same result as Code B? I am trying to understand better...
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Margins with subpop option vs Regression with if option
A.Code:logistic y x covariates [pweight=perwtf], vce(cl f00011) margins, subpop(b) dydx(x covariates)
Code:logistic y x covariates if b==1
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Thanks. I am aware c.year is a more straightforward alternative but it doesn't work in my particular case. I have a model
Code:reg i.statepolicy
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Coding linear time trend with missing years
I am familiar with creating linear time trends. For example, if I have study years 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999; then the linear time trend variable will...
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Clyde Schechter Philip Gigliotti
I need some clarification about adding statespecific quadratic trends to a differenceindifferences model....
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Thanks. This worked. The only change I needed to make was to change:
Code:replace year=2015 if year==.
Code:replace
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I have a dataset (example below) with 51 observations (the 50 states and DC). The dataset has four variables: f00011, state, abbreviation and fullsopyear....
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Clyde Schechter I ran the code but now getting a new error "variable f1533420 not found r(111);". As earlier stated, the last two digits of...
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Thanks a lot. This worked. I made some modifications to the code to transfer the variable labels after the reshape long but I keep getting an error "f14675...
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They all start with f and the last two are always the year but not all years are present for some observations. All variables are 8 characters long including...
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Yes. They all start with f and the last two are always the year but not all years are present for some observations. All variables are 8 characters long...
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Thanks for this code. But I have a peculiar case in which the last two digits of my variable name represents the year (e.g. f1467510 is the observation...
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