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st: RE: Questiion: for with by
There is no intrinsic incompatibility between -for-
However, I assume, by Statalist convention, that
you are using Stata 9.2. If you are not, then you
should have said so.
In your situation, there is absolutely no reason
to use -for- when -foreach- and -forvalues- are
As several (very (experienced)) posters in recent threads
have emphasised, and also myself,
trying to use -for- really is a very bad idea.
Even the experts will find it difficult to help
you if you go wrong.
> Sent: 19 April 2006 17:38
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: st: Questiion: for with by
> Hi all,
> As far as I know, with panel data, the command "for" does not
> allow the use
> of "by".
> How can I work with many variables using something like "for"
> and, at the
> same time, get things done by each cross section? Is there a way?
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