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Re: st: Random effects time invariant residuals

From   Xavier Mas <>
Subject   Re: st: Random effects time invariant residuals
Date   Mon, 10 Sep 2012 16:38:26 +0100

Hi Maarten,

Thanks for your help. I confirm I am using xtreg postestimation.
Following your suggestion I have had a look at the section Methods and
Formulas, where I have learnt that the postestimation commands are
implemented as ado-files.  I deduct from this that I need to look into
the corresponding ado-file. I will try that route and if I got stuck I
will shout again.

Thanks a lot,


On 10 September 2012 16:08, Maarten Buis <> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Xavier Mas wrote:
>> I just could not find in the post-estimation help or Stata manuals how
>> "predict variable,u" is calculated by Stata. This might not be the
>> kind of query posted in statalist, so sorry if this is the case.
> Say you used the command -xtfoo- to estimate your model(*), than you
> would need to look for the manual entry -xtfoo postestimation-. Within
> that entry you would need to look at the section Methods and formulas.
> Note that the manual is the set of books or the pdf files that comes
> with Stata, not the (smcl-)file that is displayed when you type in
> Stata -help xtfoo postestimation- (this, however, will provide a link
> to the necessary place inside the .pdf file.).
> -- Maarten
> (*) -xtfoo- does not exist, but since you did not tell us what you
> used to estimate your random effects model I just "invented" an -xt-
> command.
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