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Re: st: seemingly unrelated regression
From: "Nineng Titah Batari" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date sent: Fri, 28 May 2004 10:47:48 +0800
Subject: st: seemingly unrelated regression
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> Good morning...
> I am a student from Brawijaya University Malang-Indonesia
> I want to ask more about Seemingly Unrelated regression (SUR) :
> 1. What is the asumption of SUR estimation?
> 2. If the asumption can't be fulfil, so how to solve this?
> 3. Is there multicolinierity asumption in SUR ?
> If yes, can you explain this case clearly and how to solve this?
> 4. From literature, SUR Model can estimate by using GLS, other
> literature say by using GLS Two Step Aitken, so what the different
> between these?
> 5. In GLS, for estimation parameter it uses matrix transformation non
> singular definit positive, what is it ?(Literature:Kmenta and
> Judge Hill)
> 6. What kind of data can analyse with this method?
> I think that is enough. I really hope can get the answered,because I
> really need these information for my paper.
The Stata Reference Manuals are an excellent source for answering
thess sorts of question. Much more appropriate than Statalist.
> I'm sorry if my english is very bad.
> THANK YOU VERY MUCH...
> Nineng Titah Batari
> Brawijaya University~Indonesian
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