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RE: st: RE: Linear Composites
You are thus hovering on the margin.
A linear composite given variables x_j
I would understand to be a sum of terms
b_j * x_j
including the possibility that it is
convenient to define some x_0 as identically 1.
If you know the b_j, you can calculate a composite
If you don't know the b_j, you need to estimate
them, and -regress- is the most obvious way.
> The question concerns my economics Honours thesis.
> Quoting Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Is this your homework or a student project?
> > If so, please note Statalist policy:
> > "Please do not post homework questions, and
> > please ignore any that are posted."
> > > I have observations on several different batting and bowling
> > > variables for each
> > > team in my study of production functions in professional
> > > cricket. I need to
> > > scale each team along batting and bowling dimenstions by
> use of linear
> > > composites. The ultimate aim is to assess the influence of
> > > batting and bowling
> > > performances in general.
> > >
> > > I am struggling to find a precise definition of linear
> > > composites to aid my
> > > understanding. Also, how do I go about computing linear
> > > composites using stata
> > > and estimating a regression using linear composites?
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