Switching regression Problem
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Re: Switching regression Problem
Because you don't have a clear understanding of how the estimation works, what the options for estimation are, or how to read the output given by the estimation.
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Re: Switching regression Problem
ok, so you're telling me that: even if I always use the same dataset in sample, is it normal for the model to return a different in sample result every time?

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Re: Switching regression Problem
If you use random starting values, and your estimation doesn't converge, yes. By definition.
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Because does the model, by construction, use random data regardless of the in sample dataset?

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Switching regression Problem
No, you told it to use random starting values.
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Re: Switching regression Problem
Excuse me, what do you mean by random starting values?

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EViews Gareth wrote:
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Re: Switching regression Problem
If I estimate a model and save the equation at this point I can load new dates and use the equation with the guarantee that the coefficients are always the same? So always getting the same result in sample?

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If not, how can I set the same starting values for an estimate?
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nicotrader wrote:If I estimate a model and save the equation at this point I can load new dates and use the equation with the guarantee that the coefficients are always the same? So always getting the same result in sample?
Correct.
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nicotrader wrote:If not, how can I set the same starting values for an estimate?
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Use the same seed to ensure you get the same random numbers.
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EViews Gareth wrote:nicotrader wrote:If I estimate a model and save the equation at this point I can load new dates and use the equation with the guarantee that the coefficients are always the same? So always getting the same result in sample?
Correct.
how can I save the model and consequently the equation and the coefficients?

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If you haven't named the equation, hit the Name button.
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