Finally, worth noting when using the “reject” command is that the record is not removed. It can be reactivated with the “include” command. Active and inactive status can be observed in LIMDEP’s editor by the presence or lack of presence of chevrons (>>) next to the row number down the left-hand side of the display. If you wish to save you work in LIMDEP you must make sure to save each of the files you want separately. Your Text/Command Document, data file, and output files must be saved individually in LIMDEP. There is no global saving of all three files. CONCLUDING REMARKS The goal of this hands-on component of this first of four modules was to enable users to get data into LIMDEP, create variables and run regressions on continuous and discrete variables; it was not to explain all of the statistics produced by computer output. For this an intermediate level econometrics textbook (such as Jeffrey Wooldridge, Introductory Econometrics ) or advanced econometrics textbook such as (William Greene, Econometric Analysis ) must be consulted. REFERENCES William. E. Becker Module One, Part Two: Using LIMDEP Sept. 15, 2008: p. 39
Becker, William E. and John Powers (2001). “Student Performance, Attrition, and Class Size Given Missing Student Data,” Economics of Education Review , Vol. 20, August: 377-388. Hilbe, Joseph M. (2006). “A Review of LIMDEP 9.0 and NLOGIT 4.0.” The American Statistician, 60(May): 187-202. William. E. Becker Module One, Part Two: Using LIMDEP Sept. 15, 2008: p. 40
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