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Staggered Difference in Difference: How to properly regress
Hey everyone, ok so I'm completely new to Stata and I have no clue how to run my Staggered Difference in Difference regression on here.... My goal is...
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Nilima Pisharody started a topic .ado Programming in Stata without invoking mata: Invalid Name error from within the functionin General.ado Programming in Stata without invoking mata: Invalid Name error from within the function
Stata Status: Beginner
I have declared a local variable inside my function. And whenever I reference it for a mathematical operation, it...Last edited by Nilima Pisharody; 23 Apr 2019, 14:43.
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How to use a .prn file in stata
Hey there,
I am currently working on my bachelor thesis about economic growth and I downloaded a dataset of BarroLee in a zip file, however,...
 2 posts

Understanding the "normal" function in Stata
I have zscores on BMI, I created them using the egen function zanthro() and they look like the below. As they are negative and positive (i.e. above...
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PValue Interpretation for Dummy Variables (output included)
Hello,
I am having some difficulty interpreting the pvalue of my results  especially the dummy variables. Are you able to interpret the...
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Categorizing BMI for children under two years old (zbmicat)
Hi all,
I am looking at the importance of maternal unemployment for child health in a dataset which tracks children from birth till age fifteen...Last edited by John Adler; 10 Apr 2019, 10:35.
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John Zhao started a topic Seeking a way to examine the sensitivity of one variable with respect to another (both a time series)in GeneralSeeking a way to examine the sensitivity of one variable with respect to another (both a time series)
Hi, this maybe a very rookie question, but many thanks for any help.
I have a data like this
Of course, this is just an example...Last edited by John Zhao; 25 Mar 2019, 17:31.
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Which stata command do we run to get the very first time a certain patient showed up for a clinic visit considering he/she has made several clinical visits?...
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Reproducing a graphic
Hi Statlist,
I have the following mini dataset
Code:* Example generated by dataex. To install: ssc install dataex clear
 3 posts

data with both ICD9 and ICD10  please help
Hi,
I have a PHC4 dataset that has both ICD9 and 10 codes merged in the same variables (for example admitting diagnosis, billing diagnoses)....
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Sebastian Munoz started a topic How to generate a variable with with fixed correlations to an existing variable which already has a uniform distributionin GeneralHow to generate a variable with with fixed correlations to an existing variable which already has a uniform distribution
Hi, I have generate a variable which I have called X, it has a uniform distribution like this: gen x=runiform(0,2). I want to create another variable,...
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Advice on calculating weighted variable by lagged variable
Dear Statalists,
Even though I went through many related discussions and read many papers about this topic, I couldn't find the solution....Last edited by Giuliana Moroni; 28 Jan 2019, 06:48.
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Dropping dupicates
Hi Statlist,
I have the following dataset:
Code:* Example generated by dataex. To install: ssc install dataex clear
Last edited by Federico Nutarelli; 26 Jan 2019, 03:05.
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Kiethiyoth Khaou started a topic Problem manipulating large database based on conditional statements to eliminate specific observationsin GeneralProblem manipulating large database based on conditional statements to eliminate specific observations
Hello world of stats and analysis,
I have dibbled a bit in STATA over my university years but my work has required me to become much more...
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Multiple imputation problem
This is a specific problem emerged in my previous post "Reshape wide".
The data are the following:
Code:* Example
Last edited by Federico Nutarelli; 10 Jan 2019, 09:52.
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