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John Adler started a topic Using a cross sectional analysis to support the results of a panel analysisin GeneralUsing a cross sectional analysis to support the results of a panel analysis
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Kosho Yamagata started a topic Which one is better to use, fixedeffect model or simple regression controls ID and year period?in GeneralWhich one is better to use, fixedeffect model or simple regression controls ID and year period?
Dear All,
I have a question.
I'm running regressions to see the aideffectiveness by countryfixedeffect model.
My question...
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including time dummy variables make all other variables insignificant
Dear Statalist,
I am working on bilateral remittances data over the period 20112017 for a set of developing economies, using a fixedeffect...
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How to regress with seasonality dummy variables
Excuse my perhaps dumb question, however I have a dataset consisting of daily crime date and weather data, in order to test if climate change can have...
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Stephanie Retz started a topic Mediation analysis with panel data and individual fixed effects: direct and indirect effectsin GeneralMediation analysis with panel data and individual fixed effects: direct and indirect effects
Dear all,
I have unbalanced panel data for a maximum of four waves per individual. Based on this data I estimate the following regression...Last edited by Stephanie Retz; 09 Sep 2019, 02:36.
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Creating a Dummy Variable in Stata for Panel Data
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I want to create a dummy variable that removes the effects of the financial crisis. I have a panel data set with 29 countries...
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Ilka Weichert started a topic Alternative analyses to xtologit/xtoprobit for score as dependent variable and dummy as independent variablein GeneralAlternative analyses to xtologit/xtoprobit for score as dependent variable and dummy as independent variable
Hi everyone,
I’m new to Stata (using version 15.1 on Windows 10) and regard my statistical knowledge as rather basic.
I investigate...
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Random of Fixed Effects?
I am currently writing a dissertation on the effect of foreign aid on the human development index.
I am doing this via panel data  46 countries...Last edited by Zara Kenny; 03 Sep 2019, 03:10.
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Time Series for Fixed Effects
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I have a doubt regarding time series for fixed effects. I do not understand well which effect fixed variables have on the...
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Moderation in Fixed Effects Analysis
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The main technique I found to measure moderation is inserting some interaction terms (Moderator*Independent variable) in...
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Fixed effect vs Random Effect
Dear Statalist,
I am running a twoway fixed effect model with IV estimation. I want to run a Hausman test to see whether fixed effect or...Last edited by Yuan Tang; 28 Aug 2019, 11:35.
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Xinchen Dai started a topic getting predicted probability larger than 1 using margins after xtologitin Generalgetting predicted probability larger than 1 using margins after xtologit
Dear statalist:
I have an individualyear panel, and I am estimating a fixed effect ordered logit model using xtologit. My dependent variable...
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Which model would you recommend to use? Panel Data
Hi all,
I do my University work and need your help.
I have a panel data and want to know how 10 independent variables will affect dependent...Last edited by Denis Mokrensky; 25 Aug 2019, 13:38.
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Confusion Matrix / Accuracy Table after XTLOGIT
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I have searched high and low for an answer to this question and can't come up with much. Does anyone know if it's possible to generate...
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fixed effect regression with unbalanced panel
Dear Statalisters,
I would like to do a fixed effect regression using 28 European countries across a 19692016 timeframe. my problem is that...
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