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From |
Marie-Benoit MAGRINI <marie-benoit.magrini@toulouse.inra.fr> |

To |
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Subject |
st: iweight and heckman |

Date |
Thu, 5 Nov 2009 16:11:19 +0100 |

Hello, I am using weighted data, but my weights are not integer. So I cannot use the “fweight’ option.

notably OLS estimation and Heckman estimation. And I observe this difference concerning the number of observations:

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