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Re: st: Variance decomposition |

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Mon, 11 Aug 2008 07:37:05 -0500 |

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See the first article in 2006 in the stata journal.

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On Aug 11, 2008, at 7:35 AM, InÃ©s RodrÃguez <irodriguez@udesa.edu.ar> wrote:

Thanks a lot!

Can you give me an example of how can I implement it?

I if "y" is my dependent variable an the effects to be evaluated are x1 x2

and x3

How can I get the % of the variance of each effect with the command?

I really would appreciate any suggestion

-xtmixed- in all likelihood, or -gllamm-.

-----Original Message-----

From: "InÃ©s RodrÃguez" <irodriguez@udesa.edu.ar>

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Sent: 8/8/2008 3:54 PM

Subject: st: Variance decomposition

Statalisters,

I need to run a "Variance Decomposition Analysis" (cov) over an unbalanced

panel.

My goal is to determine the extent of 4 differents effects on a result

variable. I want to explain the sources of variation in the result

variable.

I know that it can be done by the mixed procedure in SAS. IÂ´d like to get

it in STATA.

Thanks,

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