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Empirical models

We provide customized help in empirical models. See the following menu for more details:

 

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PSX data

We have a comprehensive coverage of data related to corporate sector of Pakistan. We have the following data:

 

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Data Management

We have done many research projects in large data set processing as well as data visualization. Data processing or manipulation can be the most cumbersome part of a research project. Specifically, if a researcher has to manually convert data from fixed format or data with many irregular fields and expressions, that can take a long time. Similarly, many data sets need to be merged with other data sets. We provide customized help in all such tasks. Specifically, we can help in the following areas of data management:

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Dropping i.dummies from regression | asdoc | Word | Stata

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Questions: I have time and location dummies which I want to include in the regression, but do not want to report them in the regression nested tables created with asdoc. How can I do that? If you have not already installed asdoc, you can install it from SSC by typing the following in the Stata

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Exporting tabs and cross-tabs to MS Word from Stata with asdoc

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For installation and other uses of asdoc, please see this short blog post. Tabulation and Cross-tabs with asdoc Exporting tables created by Stata commands such as tab, tabulate1, tabulate12, table, tabsum, tab1, tab2, and others to MS word is super easy with asdoc.  As with other commands, we need to just add asdoc as a prefix

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Stata Rolling command vs asreg for rolling regressions: Similarities and differences

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Karina van Kuijk asked the following question: Question:  I need to calculate the factor sensitivity of firms to ultimately sort portfolio’s based on this factor. I have found the asreg Stata code on your website and I was wondering if this code would be useful for my purpose. However, if I compare the rolling Stata

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