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Χρυσούλα Γιαννικοπούλου <chrygiann@gmail.com> |

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st: RE: RE: problem with commands |

Date |
Thu, 9 Sep 2010 17:25:38 +0200 |

Dear Statalists, unfortunately, there is a problem with the command you suggested me. I have my data set save as "C:\Users\icehiwi\Desktop\DAT LIMITED\divers.dta" So, I 'clear' and do the below commands: cd "C:\Users\icehiwi\Desktop\DATATEC LIMITED\" use divers.dta gen firstsic_sub=int(sic_sub/100) gen firstsic_moth=int(sic_mother/100) gen twosic_sub=int(sic_sub/10) gen twosic_moth=int(sic_mother/10) capture erase new.dta tempname new postfile `new' str10 id_mother year double diver using new levelsof year_inc_sub, local(levels) foreach y of local levels { count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (firstsic_moth!=firstsic_sub) scalar digit=r(N) count if year_inc_sub<=`y' scalar total=r(N) scalar a=scalar(digit)*3/scalar(total) count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (firstsic_moth==firstsic_sub) scalar digit2=r(N) scalar b=scalar(digit2)*2/scalar(total) count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (twosic_moth==twosic_sub) scalar digit3=r(N) scalar c=scalar(digit3)*1/scalar(total) scalar all=scalar(a)+scalar(b)+scalar(c) post `new' ("X") (`y') (scalar(all)) scalar drop all digit total } postclose `new' use new, clear sort year\ Finally, my results listed as: id_mot~r year diver | |-------------------------| 1. | X 1985 3 | 2. | X 1990 3 | 3. | X 1992 3 | 4. | X 1999 3 | 5. | X 2000 3 | |-------------------------| 6. | X 2003 3 | 7. | X 2004 3 | 8. | X 2005 3 | 9. | X 2007 3 | 10. | X 2008 3 But, this is not exactly what I wanted. I would like the variable 'year' to be years from 1990-2005 in a sequence. Any suggestion? Thank you for consideration! Chrysa On 7 September 2010 23:01, Vassilopoulos Achilleas <vassilopoulos.statalist@gmail.com> wrote: > And this can keep going on forever... any ideas why my posts seem not to > like ENTER???? > I just saw that also my "corrected" post appeared the same way... > > Thanks, > > -----Original Message----- > From: owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > [mailto:owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu] On Behalf Of Vassilopoulos > Achilleas > Sent: 07 September, 2010 23:53 > To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > Subject: st: RE: problem with commands > > Sorry, I've just found out that some lines in my previous post did not > appeared separated so I thought I should repost. > > I think this is what you're looking for : > > cd "YOUR_DIRECTORY" > > gen firstsic_sub=int(sic_sub/100) > gen firstsic_moth=int(sic_mother/100) > gen twosic_sub=int(sic_sub/10) > gen twosic_moth=int(sic_mother/10) > > capture erase new.dta > tempname new > postfile `new' str10 id_mother year double diver using new > > levelsof year_inc_sub, local(levels) > foreach y of local levels { > > count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (firstsic_moth!=firstsic_sub) > scalar digit=r(N) > count if year_inc_sub<=`y' > scalar total=r(N) > scalar a=scalar(digit)*3/scalar(total) > count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (firstsic_moth==firstsic_sub) > scalar digit2=r(N) > scalar b=scalar(digit2)*2/scalar(total) > count if (year_inc_sub<=`y') & (twosic_moth==twosic_sub) > scalar digit3=r(N) > scalar c=scalar(digit3)*1/scalar(total) > scalar all=scalar(a)+scalar(b)+scalar(c) > > post `new' ("X") (`y') (scalar(all)) > scalar drop all digit total > } > > postclose `new' > use new, clear > sort year > > > Hope this helps, > _____________ - _______________ > > Achilleas Vassilopoulos > > Agricultural University of Athens, > Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Lab. of Political > Economy and European Integration. > Iera Odos 75, 11855, Athens, Greece > > Tel: (+30) 210-5294726 > Fax: (+30) 2105294786 > Email : avassilopoulos.aua@gmail.com > > -----Original Message----- > From: owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > [mailto:owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu] On Behalf Of ???s???a > G?a?????p????? > Sent: 07 September, 2010 13:49 > To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > Subject: st: problem with commands > > Dear Statalisters, > > I have a data set consisting of a number of companies which are all > subsidiaries of the same company X. The following variables describe > each of these companies and their mother company: > 1) "id_mother", the identity of the mother company > 2) "id_sub", the identity of the subsidiary company > 3) "year_inc_sub", year of incorporation of the subsidiary > 4) "SIC_mother", a 3-digit industry classification code for the mother > 5) "SIC_sub", a 3-digit industry classification code for the subsidiary > > The dataset looks like this: > > id_mother sic_mother id_sub sic_sub year_inc_sub > X 731 JP0JPN 738 > 1982 > > X 731 JP680JPN 737 > 2002 > > X 731 JP0JPN 899 > 2002 > > X 731 JP0JPN 355 > 1953 > > X 731 JPJPN 355 > 2001 > > X 731 JPN 502 > 1972 > > X 731 JPJPN 357 > 1960 > > > Based on this information I want to create a new dataset with a > time-series structure, which will refer to the mother company "X" for > the period 1990-2005. In the new dataset I want to have the following > variables: > 1) "id_mother", as above; > 2) "year", the year of the observation; > 3) "diversification", a new variable whose estimation I explain below. > > The diversification variable should be created under the following logic: > For observation in year 1990 the value of diversification should be > the sum of a, b, and c below: > > a) take the total number of subsidiary companies which were > incorporated in 1990 or earlier whose 1st digit of sic_sub is > different than the 1st digit of sic_mother and multiply them by 3; > divide this number by the total number of companies which where > incorporated in 1990 or earlier (in the example, the total number of > companies existing in 1990 is 4) > b) take the total number of subsidiary companies which were > incorporated in 1990 or earlier for which only the 1st digit of their > sic_sub is the same as the 1st digit of sic_mother and multiply them > by 2; divide this number by the total number of companies which where > incorporated in 1990 or earlier > c) take the total number of subsidiary companies which were > incorporated in 1990 or earlier, whose 1st and 2nd digits of sic_sub > are the same as the 1st and 2nd digits of sic_mother but they differ > in the 3rd digit, and multiply them by 1, divide this number by the > total number of companies which where incorporated in 1990 or earlier > > The same logic should apply for the observations for years 1991-2005 > > The expected dataset should look like this: > > id_mother year diversification > X 1990 a+b+c when subsidiaries incorporated > earlier than or equal to 1990 > X 1991 a+b+c when subsidiaries incorporated > earlier than or equal to 1991 > X 1992 a+b+c when subsidiaries incorporated earlier > than or equal to 1992 > X > ............................................................................ > ................................ > X 2005 a+b+c when subsidiaries incorporated earlier > than or equal to 2005 > - Hide quoted text - > > > Thank you in advance. > > Chrysa > > * > * For searches and help try: > * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ > > > * > * For searches and help try: > * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ > > > * > * For searches and help try: > * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ > * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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