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st: New command -xtmissingfill- for filling in missing values and balancing a panel


From   "William M. Doerner" <wmdoerner@fsu.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: New command -xtmissingfill- for filling in missing values and balancing a panel
Date   Sun, 20 May 2012 21:34:15 -0400

Dear all,

Greetings!  A new command -xtmissingfill- has been released to balance
a panel and fill in missing values with several replace options.  I
came across parts of code in the Stata tips, Statalist archives, and
online websites and decided to combine ideas together into a single
command.

To install -xtmissingfill-, view its help file, and load in the
example dataset, type:

. ssc install xtmissingfill
. help xtmissingfill
. use "http://repec.org/bocode/m/municipality.dta";, clear
. save "municipality.dta", replace

Be sure you do not have a dataset with the same name in your present
working directory before running the last line.  You will also need
-tsspell- to replace with linear interpolations.

This is my first command submitted to SSC so feedback is appreciated
and will try to be incorporated into subsequent releases.

Will Doerner

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Florida State University
Department of Economics
wmdoerner@fsu.edu
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