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RE: st: areg2 & overidxt
Actually, there's a small problem with overidxt - it doesn't adjust the
overid (Sargan) statistic for the loss of degrees of freedom from the
You might be better off using -xtivreg2-, which automatically reports an
overid statistic that has this adjustment. You can find it the way that
Maarten describes for user-written commands.
Prof. Mark Schaffer
Department of Economics
School of Management & Languages
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh EH14 4AS
tel +44-131-451-3494 / fax +44-131-451-3296
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> You can find user written commands with the -findit- command
> in Stata, for instance you can find and install -overidxt- by
> typing -findit overidxt-.
> P.s. It is convention on this list to indicate names of
> commands and commands to be typed in Stata by surrounding
> them with "-". So don't type those.
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I am working on panel data from rural houslholds in Burkina Faso. I
> > have been looking for the areg2 and overidxt commands in the Stata
> > Journal. The first command should allow to test for
> > and the second for the validty of instruments.
> > I read in an manual that they are availble on Internet but I have
> > cheked all the issues of the Stata Journal without finding
> them. Does
> > someone know where where I could fin them ?
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