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Re: st: D. Time series operator |

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Thu, 13 Nov 2008 20:59:17 -0500 |

On Nov 13, 2008, at 1:16 PM, Diana Eastman wrote:

I know that D., generates differences of any order. Could someone explain how to interpret D(0/1).(dummyvar1 dummyvar2) Specifically, what does (0/1) do with regards to the differencing? The context of this is an instrumental variable regression.

Diana:

forvalues i = 1/4 { generate L`i'_z = L`i'.z }

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