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RE: st: Syntax xtivreg2
Yes, that helped.
Thank you for that clear answer.
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> stefan lhachimi
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> That is well hidden in the online help
> l. means the first lag of the variable in question
> l2. means the second lag
> d. means the first difference of the variable in question
> f. means the first lead of the variable
> Hope this helps.
> On 7/26/06, Tutor 2005 UM <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > I canīt seem to find the right information on the syntax of
> xtivreg. I
> > looked at help, google, stata archives...
> > Could somebody please explain the example from the help file to me?
> > . xtivreg2 ys k (n=l2.n l3.n), fe small
> > In particular: What does 'l2.n' and '13.n' stand for? What
> does the L
> > stand for, what the dot and what does the number specify.
> So far i am
> > only guessing, but that doesnīt prove to be very satisfactory.
> > Thanks for pointing that out to me.
> > Steffen.
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