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Re: st: Fwd: How to interprete dummy variables used for missing values
Thanks so much for showing me how to create indicators for the year.
It is very helpful. That said, I am not sure how I can interpret the
findings. Supposedly, I run a regression of some variables, e.g.,
Savings on Investement and the new variable, then how I can interprete
Thanks again. I highly appreciate it.
Have A Wonderful Day!
On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 00:48:28 -0500, Daniel Egan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Quang,
> > My friend has a panel data in the following format:
> > Year Investment
> > 1900 . (Missing value)
> > 1930 .
> > 1960 12
> > 1980 .
> > 1990 28
> > 1991 56
> > 1992 35
> > 1993 45
> > etc.,
> > Could you please tell me how she can use the dummy variables for this
> > exercise (regression)? Also, how she can interprete the coeficients
> > for Investment and the dummy variables?
> If you are asking how to create indicators for the years that have
> missings, simply
> gen missdum=0
> replace missdum=1 if investment==.
> If this is not what you mean, you will need to explain what you want
> to do further.
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