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Stata Tips #17 – Threshold regression for time series in Stata 15

Threshold regression for time series in Stata 15 In time series analysis, sometimes we are suspicious that relationships among variables might change at some time. The ne...

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2018 London Stata Conference - Online Registration

The 2018 London Stata Conference takes place on Thursday, 6 and Friday, 7 September 2018 at Cass Business School, London. The 2018 London Stata Conference is a two-day ...

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Stata Tips #16 - Stata 15's new test for parameter stability in time series regression

What is it for? When you are fitting a simple time-series regression to your data, you have to make an assumption that indpendent (exogenous) variables in the regression ...

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Stata Tips #15 - Publication ready graphics

More data is available than any point in history and often a simple graph can go a long way in presenting complex relationships between data elements. Stata offers an imp...

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New from the Stata blog - Exploring results of nonparametric regression models

Written by Kristin MacDonald, Director of Statistical Services, this post expounds upon a previous blog post, "Nonparametric regression: Like parametric regression, but n...

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New from the Stata blog - Export tabulation results to Excel - Update

Written by Kevin Crow, Senior Software Developer, this post talks about updating the community-contributed command tab2xl with tab2docx, which writes a tabulation tab...

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Stata Tips #14 - Non-parametric (local-linear kernel) regression in Stata 15

What is non-parametric regression? Stata version 15 now includes a command npregress, which fits a smooth function to predict your dependent variable (endogenous variable...

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Stata Tips #13 - Import Twitter Data to Stata

Every day a large amount of data is produced. Data take on different formats and shapes; from data points to images and written words. A big source of data is social medi...

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New from the Stata Blog - Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models for policy analysis

Written by David Schenck, Senior Econometrician, this post talks about how to estimate the parameters of a DSGE model, how to create an interpret an impulse response, and...

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Stata Tips #12 - SVG graphics in Stata

Stata can now export any graphs to SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a file format with a lot of advantages for Stata users. In this post, we will outline what makes...

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