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New from the Stata Blog - Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models for policy analysis

Written by David Schenck, Senior Econometrician, this post talks about how to estimate the parameters of a DSGE model, how to create an interpret an impulse response, and...

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Stata Tips #12 - SVG graphics in Stata

Stata can now export any graphs to SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a file format with a lot of advantages for Stata users. In this post, we will outline what makes...

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New from The Stata Blog - Programming an estimation command in Stata: Writing a Java Plugin

David Drukker, Executive Director of Econometrics at StataCorp LLC has published a new post that illustrates how to plug code written in another language (like C, C++, or...

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New from The Stata Blog - Programming an estimation command in Stata: Writing a C++ plugin

David Drukker, Executive Director of Econometrics at StataCorp LLC has published a new post that illustrates how to plug code written in another language (like C, C++, or...

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How to create animated graphics to illustrate spatial spillover effects

This post shows how to create animated graphics that illustrate the spatial spillover effects generated by a spatial autoregressive (SAR) model. After reading this post, ...

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Semi-transparency in Stata graphics

With version 15, Stata has acquired a graphics feature that lots of people have been asking for over many years: semi-transparency. Any time you have lines or markers pil...

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Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: How to customise the MCMC chain

Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: How to customise the MCMC chain Watch the latest video from StataCorp, demonstrating how to customise the MCMC chain wh...

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Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: Checking convergence of the MCMC chain

Please watch the latest video from Stata demonstrating how to check the convergence of the MCMC chain after fitting a Bayesian linear regression model using the bayes pre...

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Bayesian analyses in Stata 15

In this post, we are going to introduce the bayes and bayesmh commands. bayes is a prefix that you can attach to any of 45 existing Stata estimation commands to fit those...

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Stata Tips #9 - Creating HTML output with community-contributed Stata commands

One of the strengths of Stata is that users can write their own commands and share them within the Stata user community. Install the contributed command and you can just ...

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