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Re: st: nnmatch

From   [email protected] (Brendan Halpin)
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: nnmatch
Date   Wed, 21 Mar 2012 10:26:03 +0000

On Wed, Mar 21 2012, Melaku Fekadu wrote:

> My question is this:  in nnmatch the first variable after nnmatch is
> the outcome variable (y in the syntax below) which I do not have at
> the moment. How can I get rid of this variable, so that the nnmatch
> recognize that I do not use an outcome variable? Or are there  othet
> matching methods that do what I am aiming for?
> nnmatch y t x1 x2 [w=w], met(matname) bias(x1 x3) exact(x4) pop

Why not create a fake y to act as a placeholder?

-gen y = runiform()-

Brendan Halpin,   Department of Sociology,   University of Limerick,   Ireland
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