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RE: st: Spatial lag models
David Drukker points out that I overlooked
-natrix eigenvalues- as another way to do it.
Somehow or other that command remained
in my memory and I was unable to
it out. That's, I find,
of some commands, regardless of their inherent
Moral: "To the vector belong the spoils" (Norton Juster)
n j cox
> The eigenvalues would ideally come from -spatwmat-,
> which was written for Stata 7, and uses -matrix symeigen-,
> hence the restriction you report.
> In Stata 7 or 8, there is a -geneigen- program by Kit
> Baum on SSC that doesn't require symmetry.
> . findit eigenvalues
> would have pointed you towards that.
> In Stata 9, Mata would, I presume, be the best way to do it.
> As for spatial data and panel models, does the _theory_ exist
> Kate Ivanova
> I need to estimate a model with a spatially lagged dependent
> variable and
> have downloaded a Stata add-on called spatreg. However, I
> cannot use it
> since my spatial weight matrix is not symmetric and the program cannot
> compute the eigenvalues.
> I would appreciate it very much if anyone could let me know
> if there are any
> ways in Stata to estimate a spatial lag model with a
> non-symmetric spatial
> weight matrix or any procedures to compute the eigenvalues for a
> non-symmetric matrix.
> I am also interested if there are any commands to estimate a
> spatial lag
> model using panel data.
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