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Re: st: get predictions using mata
I figured out how to make this little experiment work. But, I am still left w/ the question of how to make a mata matrix that is identical to the coefficient matrix, e(b), resulting from a regression in Stata. Is this possible?
On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 11:41:16 -0400, dferry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Statalisters,
> I am using -arima- with a panel dataset (possible if you specify the
> "condition" option). But, the postestimation commands don't work, so I am
> attempting to compute predictions and MSE myself, using mata, which I am
> just beginning to learn.
> I wrote the following little function to simulate getting predictions:
> I get the following error msg:
> : test(b, X)
> test(): 3200 conformability error
> <istmt>: - function returned error
> I suspect that part of the problem is the "i" subscripting. In any case,
> can someone please offer advice on how to fix this? Or, even better, has
> anyone already written something to generate predictions?
> Also, after I run -arima-, and get the coefficient matrix e(b), how do I
> get this to be a mata matrix?
> Thank you,
> Danielle Ferry
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