- But in this particular case I can assure that the sets of
**variables**represent the same group in both, because they were part of the same data base. I separeted them in order to organize it as a panel. - o Panel data commands in
**Stata**start with xt, as in xtreg. Be careful about ... Estimate with y and x expressed as deviations from time-period**means****across**units. Any**variable**that varies only**across**time, and not**across**units, will be collinear with the dummy**variables**(or zero when de-meaned) and its effect cannot be estimated. ... - Forums for Discussing
**Stata**; General; You are not logged in. You can browse but not post. Login or Register by clicking 'Login or Register' at the top-right of this page. For more information on Statalist, see the FAQ. - I need to take an average of samples1 to 10 for respective treatment and replication and then would like to create a new
**variable**of a treatment average (I have already sorted the data for replications and treatments). How can I achieve this by SAS coding, please?. It looks straight forward in excel but I am new to SAS and would like to learn it. Thank you in advance. - Xuan Zhang & Chuntao Li, 2013. "TTABLE2:
**Stata**module to produce**Mean**Comparison for many**variables**between two groups with formatted table output," Statistical Software Components S457587, Boston College Department of Economics.Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s457587 Note: This module should be installed from within**Stata**by typing "ssc install ttable". The module is made available under terms of ...