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OEM Park: remaining anonymous is your own right that comes at the cost of seeing your queries left unreplied, though.
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Whatever your given name is, welcome to this forum.
It is not clear to me why don't you include in the same variable hypertensive and normotensive...
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Mimi:
in order to avoid the sad results of (too) many cautionary tales I know, I do recommend you to propose the approach suggested in this thread...
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Mimi:
the unbalancedness in your data are simply a matter of fact, that you could present and discuss as a limitation of your research.
I...
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Jessica:
some comments about your last post:
 DV: disentangling potentially missing zero (those companies that do not report) from zero due...Last edited by Carlo Lazzaro; 10 Oct 2019, 01:05.
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Nives:
you ought to have something expressed in n times the mean. That said, your approach is quite unusual, as far as I know. It's more frequent...
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Carlo Lazzaro replied to Panel Regression, Fixed Effects, problems with normality and skewness (part 2)in GeneralFederica:
welcome to this forum.
FWIW, normality of residual distribution is an issue that can be relaxed using asymptotic theory (see ht...
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Alkebsee:
not quite.
The most used specifications in panel data regression are fixed and random effects.
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Alkebsee:
it is really difficul to explain in a reply why reviewer is in all likelihood right in suggesting to switch from pooled OLS to panel data...
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Khaled:
1) yes, you can run an OLS if the dependent variable and some of the independent variables are not normal, as normality is a residuals distribution...
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Jessica:
you might be interested in taking a look (if you have access to the whole article) at John Mullahy 's pivotal contribution in the field...
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Jessica:
 it is not clear what you are planning to do with your data. If your goal is a regression, it would be helpful to know which type of regressand...
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