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I am interested in the differences across...
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Johannes Muller started a topic Multilevel interaction with fixed reference category  specification and random term structurein GeneralMultilevel interaction with fixed reference category  specification and random term structure
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ttest on coefficient of probit regression
Hello there,
I'm trying to find the impact of contingencies on an explanatory variable in a probit regression. I've been told that using a ttest...
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Interacting an independent variable with fixed effects
Dear Statalist members,
Thank you so much for reading this post and helping me answer my question! In short, my question is how I can run...
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Leonie Steckermeier started a topic Multilevel Analysis: Crosslevel Interaction with individual level interactionin GeneralMultilevel Analysis: Crosslevel Interaction with individual level interaction
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I've gotten myself in terrible trouble with a very complicated model specification which includes an individuallevel interaction...Last edited by Leonie Steckermeier; 24 Oct 2019, 09:39.
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interactions in ipdmetan
As a not so experienced Stata user I was grateful to find the ipdmetan package to perform atwostage IPD metaanalysis.I also found the option...
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How to make a ttest with conditions?
Hi! I don't know how to create a ttest for this null hypothesis:
 H0: b1 +4b3 <= 50
 H1: b1 +4b3 >50
 (b2 ismultiplied by 0)...Last edited by Andres Henriquez; 22 Oct 2019, 20:42.
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The best model for a multilevel dataset with a small number of clusters
Dear all,
I have a threelevel crosscountry survey data that is not panel. The levels are country, survey, and individual respondents....
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How to report tstat of sum of coefficient in journal/thesis
Dear all, I would like to report the sum of coefficient of interaction term and normal variables, in my regression (capex roa mv emp lev cov sale are...
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Interactions in instrumental variable regression
Hi statalist,
I am using ivreg2 to carry out my instrumental variable analysis.
This is my model without any interactions with endogenous...
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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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Moderation in Fixed Effects Analysis
Hi to everyone,
The main technique I found to measure moderation is inserting some interaction terms (Moderator*Independent variable) in...
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Krista Lane started a topic Regression with two endogenous variables (one is interaction) and possible exclusion restriction violation?in GeneralRegression with two endogenous variables (one is interaction) and possible exclusion restriction violation?
I am trying to estimate the naive regression:
d = b + s + s*b, where s is endogenous. I'm instrumenting for s with iv.
I've...
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Graphing interaction term
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I have an interaction term that I would like to graph. I would like to replicate the graph below (attached). In my case instead of women/men...
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John Lee started a topic xtlogit command generating outcome does not vary in any group r(2000); despite the fact that dependent var has values 0 & 1in Generalxtlogit command generating outcome does not vary in any group r(2000); despite the fact that dependent var has values 0 & 1
Hello guys,
I'm new to Stata, and I wanted to do a panel logit regression on var selfemployed. The dataset I'm using is a labor panel data...
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rachelle dubois started a topic Interaction effect between two nondichotomous categorical variablesin GeneralInteraction effect between two nondichotomous categorical variables
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I would like to view the interaction effect between education level and age while trying to predict their health status (continuous...
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