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Daniel Devine replied to Generating a new variable (0/1) based on multiple variables and excluding missing valuesin GeneralYour code makes it so that the variable only equals 1 if all those conditions are specified, which is probably not what you're after if I've understood...
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Thanks, Clyde. I meant the "main effect".
To clarify, the advice you provided to the OP (to either do it manually or give it a...
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Hi Clyde,
Apologies for bumping an old thread, but like many I'm struggling with this 'not estimable' problem. I can't seem to find any real...
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For histograms, likely that the issue is the number/size of the bins (bars) that the programs are outputting by default. Can try and set them to the same...
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It is a missing value. See this link: https://www.stata.com/help10.cgi?missing+values
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Scott,
Thanks again! For what it's worth, that is identical to running the same models and fitting a line of best fit for each fitted model....
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Apologies  an additional question.
The graph breaks down when additional variables are added. Unless I am mistaken, the authors in the paper...
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Thank you, Scott! Works perfectly. Appreciate the time....
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I am not familiar with areg, but from a quick look at the help file it seems that it also only handles linear regression (not logistic as you are after)....
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Replicating fitted values graph
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I am hoping to replicate a graph from this paper in Political Analysis. The graph, attached below, compares fitted values from pooled...
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Thank you Nick.
Joro: seems like a bizarre comment to make considering you are not aware of the type of model I am running, and only included...
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Grouped from ungrouped data
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I have a data set with 2.2m observations (individuals), nested in 28 countries, between 19732017. Because of the size of the dataset...
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Hard to tell exactly what your variables are, but put it into the model as i.rprov instead of rprov and see what happens!
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Logit/probit is fine. It doesn't matter that independent variables are continuous, except in your interpretation.
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Both,
You're both heroes as far as I am concerned! From what I can tell, both solutions are equivalent. I went with Dimitriy's solution as...
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