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Pie charts after margins in cmclogit postestimation
I am doing a multinomial logit estimation, using cmclogit in version 16. I then look at the predicted probabilities for different levels of factor variables....
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Thank you Richard Williams. It's an interesting approach, however it is not clear that it would work with the multinomial case. Not only because the command...
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Richard Williams it personally worries me that margins produces estimates of the confidence intervals that are outside the [0,1] range. I understand this...
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I'm still not quite clear on why you have different values for the years for the different groups. If it were the same wouldn't something like
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In your code
Code:reg outcome year##D##dE, vce(cluster identifyer) margins, at (year=(0 1) D=(0 1) dE=(9 1)) marginsplot, xline(0.3)
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I have the same problem, and haven't been able to find a solution.
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Following Carlo Lazzaro's advice, I would test whether you can drop TemDevSquared Buzz and BuzzSquared
Code:test TempDevSquared Buzz BuzzSquared
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You should be able to cluster at a higher nest without a problem even if you have set your panel variable to be in the lower nest. For your example let's...Last edited by Alfonso SánchezPeñalver; 26 Nov 2019, 08:16.
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Your variable is most likely to be omitted because it is time invariant, and estimation under the assumption of fixed effects with either leastsquares...
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Hi Carlo Lazzaro, after reading the help for xtoverid I see that it basically does the Mundlak test I mentioned. It doesn't seem to work with bootstrapped...
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As usual Richard Williams words are wise.
To my students I tell them, be careful about doing individual tests of significance on the different...
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Couldn't agree more with Nicholas Winter. To illustrate that either of the regressions I told you using the centered variable yields the same result here...
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As I posted in my example, I told you that the regression I do there is identical to the one using mpg and c.c_mpg#c.c_mpg, that the only thing that changes...
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Code:reg price c.c_mpg##c.c_mpg quiet margins, at(c_mpg = (10(.5)20)) marginsplot
Last edited by Alfonso SánchezPeñalver; 12 Nov 2019, 20:01.
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There is nothing stopping you interacting X with nonlinear functions of T. For example
Code:gen lT = ln(T) reg Y X T c.X#c.lT
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