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Re: st: Panel ID and Time Variable
I guess, you must first -tsset- your data, i.e.
. tsset nations waves
and then run your regressions.
Hope this helps.
Zitat von Shyamal Kumar Das <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I am new in statalistserv. Let me describe my problem. I
> have a cross-national dataset for 93 countries that I
> collected from ICPSR's World Value Surveys. Now, in this
> dataset, the unit of analysis is INDIVIDUAL (a total of
> approximately 42,000 individuals for 93 countries) with
> three waves (years): 1981, 1990, and 1997; when I want to
> run Random or Fixed effect models, and put "nations" as
> Panel ID, I get results, but when I put "nations" as Panel
> ID and "Waves" as Time variable, STATA suggests that there
> are repeated time values in the panel. I guess this is
> because each individual (unit of analysis) has the same
> year. For example, 4000 indivials of France in 1981 have
> 1981 as time variable. Perhaps, therefore, I do not get any
> result out of it. I know that by calculating nations'
> averages, and entering these as new variables might solve
> the problem. I was loooking for some simpler solution to the
> problem so that I do not need to reenter data. I have two
> questions in this regard: (1) How can I do panel analysis
> using this dataset putting "Nations" and "Waves" as my Panel
> ID and Time variable respectively? (2) If I do not put Time
> variable, but put Panel ID and run regression, and get
> results, is it ok for my panel analysis?
> I would appreciate if anyone kindly enlighten me in the
> above problem. This will save me at this point.
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