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st: RE: RE: RE: Re: Panel data manipulation question (2)
"are echoed where they belong" is the wrong way to explain it.
"appear where they belong" is a bit better.
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> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Nick Cox
> Sent: 16 July 2002 17:48
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> Subject: st: RE: RE: Re: Panel data manipulation question
> Taggert J Brooks replied to Scott Merryman and myself:
> > This is indeed a neat little solution, but It won't work
> for me as I
> > have an unbalanced panel...I have a different number of
> > years for each
> > country. However now that I think about it the main data
> > I'll need for
> > this paper is consistent across countries so I could
> > balance it, then
> > run your suggestion.
> Scott's approach, as generalised mildly by me,
> will still work with unbalanced panels,
> I believe, as I asserted in my reply. The only
> and necessary consequence is that
> missing values are echoed where they belong.
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