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Re: st: hettest with areg command in STATA
Date sent: Wed, 9 Jun 2004 17:02:41 +0530 (IST)
From: Rijo John <email@example.com>
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Subject: st: hettest with areg command in STATA
> Hi all,
> I am a PhD Research Scholar from IGIDR, Mumbai, India. I am facing a
> problem using the heteroscedasticity test (hettest) after the areg
> command in STATA. below is what I do in my do file.
> areg lnexp lhsize meanage sexratio maleratio adultratio meanedu
> maxedu, absorb(cluster);
> This is giving me the error as follows.
> last estimates not found
> The same hettest command is working well when I am using the
> simple "reg" command. But I have to use areg so that it creates
> cluster dummies automatically and use them in the regression.
> I would be happy if any one could help me with this..
The problem is that hettest isn't designed to run after areg. You
should estimate with one of the newer xt commands and then test for
heteroskasticity either according to the following FAQ:
or using Kit Baum's xttest3.
You can find out more about these if you try
findit heteroskedasticity panel
from within Stata.
> Rijo John.
> Rijo.M.John,Research Scholar
> Indira Gandhi Institute of Developement Research,
> Film City Road, Goregaon East,
> Mumbai, India-400065.
> contact: (+91)9892412476
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