For plotting the relative importance of (e.g.) input shares, it can be useful to stack them in a figure. In my specific problem, I wanted to show the development of low-, medium-, and high-skilled labour inputs, relative to all labour inputs over time. Since the three shares obviously sum up to 1, I wanted to […]
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Our colleague Reed Walker points out that there’s now an official Stata blog, “Not Elsewhere Classified”:Here we will try to keep you up-to-date about all things related to Stata Statistical Software. That includes not only product announcements from S…
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If you’re estimating a regression model with time series or panel data, you often would like to know if the coefficient you’re interested in is changing over time or if its stable for subsamples of the time series or panel.Here’s my simple but handy&nb…
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Stata now has an official blog.The blog will keep Stata users up-to-date about all things related to Stata statistical software, including product announcements, timely tips, and other news related to the use of Stata. Filed under: Stata, Stata – Misc
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