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The dataset contains bilateral trade data(dep var) and a treatment (monetary union) and some controls. I did a propensity score matching to match 3 observations...
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weights on fractions
Hello Statalist members,
I got a question about the weight option in the reg command: I got values for the weight variable that are 0>weight<1....
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regression after teffects psmatch ..., nn(3)
Dear Statalist members,
I have the following problem and cant find an answer by myself: I want to run a propensity score weighted regression...
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It works fine for me so I wouldnt change it...but I problems will accour I will come back to your solution thanks!
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No I am doing that in LaTeX afterwards, so I use STATA to generate the graphs, then compile them to eps and then put them into a floatfigure in LaTeX...
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Thank you very much that worked out very well!! It doesnt look that awfully, but because I will stack 12 graphs on one a4 page, it gets pretty small......
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Thank you very much, that helped. But how can I actually run a command in the text option? As far as I read from the STATA help, only text is allowed....
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generate histograms with descriptive statistics
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I got a question about the histogram command in STATA which I cant solve by googleing it or reading the STATA help article: is it possible...
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Okay. Thank you again!
I just asked the authors for the dataset and now work with the one they sent me. If I just use reg and the robust...
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Okay, thank you very much first for your quick answer and sorry for the lack of details.
What I want to estimate is a gravity equation in...
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FGLS regression with weights
Hello everyone,
I want to replicate a study with a given dataset. The regression should be a feasible generalized leastsquare estimation...
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