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Those marginal effects are derivatives, not unit change differences. Hi Gleen, so what would this precisely mean? Sorry for the question, but I am an absolute newbie to statistical analysis.Say I have for a variable a marginal effects coefficient of -0.106. What does this tell me? Best regards, Max
The following assumes that the ordinary and tie-adjusted values are the same. !n1 = 21 !n2 = 11 !unorm = 3.531162 !mu = !n1*!n2/2 !sigma = sqr(!n1*!n2*(!n1+!n2+1)/12) !u = !unorm*!sigma + !mu delete(noerr) rocarea scalar rocarea = !u/(!n1*!n2) Hi Gareth or anyone who might know the answer, I comput...
- Sat May 23, 2015 11:05 am
- Forum: Data Manipulation
- Topic: Unbalanced Panel Data
- Replies: 1
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Hi all, first of all, I have next to none experience with eviews or statistical analysis in general, so let's please keep it as simple as possible. I just did a drag and drop, in step 3 it wants to know the basic structure and I am not sure, which one to pick. My first question is, how do I correctl...