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David Kantor <kantor.d@att.net> |

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Re: st: Going through each observation of a variable |

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Sat, 08 Jun 2013 17:44:00 -0400 |

Hello Derya, See below. At 02:52 PM 6/8/2013, you wrote:

Hi David,Organization of the data is that I simply copy-pasted these pricesin the data as additional variables. The variables Price1 and Price2has 500 observations, each row representing a price vector. os1 andos2 are the expenditure shares for each individual and has 80,000observations.I am computing Y for each individual as the expenditure share ofgood1 for each individual (os1), multiplied by price of good 1 (P1)plus the same for good 2. If I had only a single price vector, thisis straightforward to compute. I could just write'genY=os1*P1+os2*P2'. But I have 500 different price vectors. Iwould like to generate Y 500 times, and take the average across the 500.The program I posted choose randomly from these price vectors. But Idon't want randomness at this stage. I would like to compute Y foreach price vector one by one...This is what I meant by replication.Here is an example with 3 price vectors and 10 individuals to showwhat I am trying to do: https://www.dropbox.com/s/boslxhpkyljcq45/Book1.xlsxThanks again, greatly appreciated! Derya [...]

It seems that you have two datasets: 1, prices: 500 observations 2, individuals: 80000 obsrvations Or that in some virtual sense, this is what you have. But it's still not clear how you have it organized.

But again, that's a lot of observations. Your system might choke.

Other options: create wide data; still a lot of data.

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