iClick_plm2way: iClick GUI for two-way panel data analysis, based on package...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

This function generates analysis of panel data by iClick.plm. Declare either dep and indep or Formula.

Usage

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iClick.plm2way(dep,indep,Formula,data,bootrep=99,ENDOG,IV,inst.method)

Arguments

dep

Column number of dependent variable; e.g., dep=data[,2]. Default is NULL

indep

Column number of Independent variables; e.g., indep=data[,c(3,5,8)]. Default is NULL

Formula

Equation input by explicit formula; e.g., y=x1+x2+x3.Default is NULL

data

A panel data class declared by plm.

bootrep

Replication number of bootstrapping for fixed effect, the default number is 99 to avoid unnecessary computation.

ENDOG

For 2SLS, declare endogeneous variables here; otherwise, keep it as default by NULL.

IV

For 2SLS, declare IV variables here; otherwise, keep it as default by NULL.

inst.method

For 2SLS, select estimation method,Details see package plm.

Value

GUI output button.

Author(s)

Ho Tsungwu <tsungwu@cc.shu.edu.tw>

See Also

Package plm.

Examples

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#unmark to run
#library("pdR")
#data("productivity")
#data2.plm=plm.data(productivity,index="state")
#head(data2.plm)
#formula2="log(y_gsp)~log(x1_hwy)+log(x2_water)"
#iClick.plm2way(Formula=formula2,data=data2.plm)


#data("crime")
#data3.plm= plm.data(crime, index = c("county"))
#head(data3.plm)
#formula3="log(crmrte)~log(prbarr)+log(polpc)+log(prbconv)
#+log(prbpris)+log(avgsen)+log(density)+log(wcon)+log(wtuc)
#+log(wtrd)+log(wfir)+log(wser) +log(wmfg)+log(wfed)
#+log(wsta)+log(wloc)+log(pctymle)+log(pctmin)+smsa+region"
#endo=c("log(prbarr)","log(polpc)")
#iv=c("log(taxpc)","log(mix)")
#iClick.plm1way(Formula=formula3,data=data3.plm,ENDOG=endo,IV=iv)


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