Category: Panel data

Introduction to the Fundamentals of Panel Data

Introduction Panel data, sometimes referred to as longitudinal data, is data that contains observations about different cross sections across time. Examples of groups that may make up panel data series include countries, firms, individuals, or demographic groups. Like time series data, panel data contains observations collected at a regular frequency, chronologically. Like cross-sectional data, panel [...]

How to Aggregate Panel Data in GAUSS

Introduction The aggregate function, first available in GAUSS version 20, computes statistics within data groups. This is particularly useful for panel data. In today's blog, we take a closer look at aggregate. We will: Introduce the basics of the aggregate function. Explain how to use the aggregate function Demonstrate a real-world application of the aggregate [...]

Panel Data Basics: One-way Individual Effects

Introduction In this blog, we examine one of the fundamentals of panel data analysis, the one-way error component model. Today we will: Explain the theoretical one-way error component model. Consider fixed effects vs. random effects. Estimate models using an empirical example. The theoretical one-way error component model The one-way error-component model is a panel data [...]

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