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. * Stata log file for tutorial 2. note that lines starting with * are comments
.

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 9, with solutions
913 May 2016
Question 1. This is just a little example to convince you that statistically speaking, the step from k = 2
to k = 3 is not trivial, so that it was justified to s

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 8
26 May 2016
I dont think any new Stata commands are needed this week, perhaps apart from ln and exp, which do
exactly what their names suggest.
Please find the data set computer.dta on Black

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 5
1115 April 2016
Question 1. Recall that the population covariance is E [(X X ) (Y Y )], and we generally estimate
n
1 X
it using the sample covariance
(xi x
) (yi y). You may be surprised to

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 5, with solutions
1115 April 2016
Question 1. Recall that the population covariance is E [(X X ) (Y Y )], and we generally estimate
n
1 X
it using the sample covariance
(xi x
) (yi y). You may

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 9
913 May 2016
Question 1. This is just a little example to convince you that statistically speaking, the step from k = 2
to k = 3 is not trivial, so that it was justified to spend an entire m

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 7, with solutions
2629 April 2016
Question 1. Consider the dummy regression model yi = 1 + 2 di + ui , where di only takes the values
zero and one. The purpose of this question is to prove tha

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 8, with solutions
26 May 2016
The Stata commands that I used are included in a separate file.
Please find the data set computer.dta on Blackboard. It contains the average retail price of a per

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 6
1822 April 2016
In addition to the Stata commands from the previous tutorials, here are a few other useful ones:
The commands tabulate, scatter, regress, newey, and predict are introduced i

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. use computer
* some precomputations:
. generate lnprice=ln(price)
. generate l

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 7
2629 April 2016
Question 1. Consider the dummy regression model yi = 1 + 2 di + ui , where di only takes the values
zero and one. The purpose of this question is to prove that the least squa

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to Econometrics\tutorial 04\tut04.log
log type: text
opened on: 31 Mar 2016, 19:16:12
. * Question 1
. use laborpoll
. * part a
. ttest votelabor=0.5
One-sample t tes

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 3
2124 March 2016
Convention: use the 5% significance level for all tests.
Question 1. Consider the following Stata output. A countrys average GDP growth over the last five
years is denoted by

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 4
48 April 2016
Question 1. For this question, use the data set laborpoll.dta that is available on Blackboard. The
only variable in this data set is called votelabor; for each of the 152 subje

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 2
1418 March 2016
As this is the first tutorial using Stata, I include a list of the most useful Stata commands with a short
explanation. For more detailed information, check Statas extensive

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 1
711 March 2016
Question 1. For each of the following examples, state whether the data are numerical or categorical, and
state whether they are cross-sections, time series, or panel data.
(a)

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 4, with solutions
48 April 2016
The Stata commands that I used are included in a separate file.
Question 1. For this question, use the data set laborpoll.dta that is available on Blackboard. T

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 3, with solutions
2124 March 2016
Convention: use the 5% significance level for all tests.
Question 1. Consider the following Stata output. A countrys average GDP growth over the last five
yea

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 2, with solutions
1418 March 2016
The Stata commands that I used are included in a separate file.
Question 1. For this question, use the data set generated.dta that is available on Blackboard.

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 1, with solutions
7-11 March 2016
Question 1. For each of the following examples, state whether the data are numerical or categorical, and
state whether they are cross-sections, time series, o

ECMT1020: Introduction to Econometrics
Tutorial questions, set 6, with solutions
1822 April 2016
The Stata commands that I used are included in a separate file.
Question 1. The data set laboursupply.dta contains the result of a survey among 526 women.
The