This week’s blog will feature a set of Stata tricks we used to addresses a particular issue that we encountered in our dataset. Many of the variables were in string form and were not useable for Stata analysis. Furthermore, the
The coefplot command allows you to plot results from estimation commands. It is a user package, so you will have to find and install it by inputting into the Stata command line:
USEFUL STATA COMMANDS: inspect By Andre Lee (Georgetown MIDP 18) On a recent project, the client wanted an idea of the skew of each of a large number of variables. The data originated from a satisfaction survey (1=very dissatisfied; 5=very
Data Science and Development: Financial Inclusion Tommie Thompson – Georgetown MPP 2018 According to a 2015 report by the UN’s International Telecommunication Union, 2/3rd of global internet users come from the developing world. In some countries, like India, mobile phone
With the steady rise of the number of impact evaluations (IEs) per year, it should come as no surprise that not every single IE will show a positive impact.
Managing multiple editors in STATA: For this week’s blog post, it seems useful to cover some code I’ve learned for Stata. This first useful trick allows multiple users who are going to use the same dofile to run that file