Why do random effects in python not match stata?


I try to implement a random effects model for pandas, but the coefficients on my regression do not match those of Stata. I use a panel of air routes and ticket prices. Here is my Python code: import pandas as pd import pandas.stats.plm as plm airline

he loses the corres of the band of the entrada


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¿Because Firefox not corre con fluidize?


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ggplot: 2 facets with several lines


I would like to have two horizontal facets with several lines for similar data to these: Date variable value 1 2016-08-04 sd6 0.01197055 2 2016-08-05 sd6 0.01188592 3 2016-08-08 sd6 0.01179797 4 2016-08-04 sd12 0.01263279 5 2016-08-05 sd12 0.01263080

How can I avoid this error in SAS?


When you try to merge sets of data in SAS, I keep the following error for a number of variables: Column 115 of OUTER UNION's first contributor is not of the same type as its counterpart of the second I managed to get around this error by doing the fo