## Denton’s method with Stata

In this blog, you will learn to use the Denton method with Stata to interpolate a series to a higher frequency. I will show you a simple example…

Macro perspectives and debates

In this blog, you will learn to use the Denton method with Stata to interpolate a series to a higher frequency. I will show you a simple example…

Stata 18 est sorti en avril, j’aurai le plaisir d’animer un webinaire pour Timberlake. Ce webinaire présentera trois nouvelles commandes très prisées des utilisateurs : Nous organiserons une…

I will give my first training session for Timberlake, the 26th October 2023 at 9 – 11 am BST / 10 – 12 pm CEST: https://www.timberlake.co.uk/courses/data-visual-causal-23.html The short…

Today I will present you VAR_NR, a Stata module to estimate set identified Structural VAR. This toolbox has been provided by Abigail Kuchek (abigail.kuchek@dal.frb.org), Jonah Danziger (jonah.danziger@dal.frb.org) and Christoffer Koch. On EconPapers,…

It is my 100th blog on EconMacro! I tried to provide some tips to access to knowledge all along these blogs. The idea is to try to make…

After first blogs on how to launch Stata and visualize high-frequency data in a Jupyter Notebook. In the following example, you will first see that Mathematica offers a…

Let me draw your attention to these very nice resources posted by Menzie Chinn in his International Symposium on Forecasting 2023 course on “Modeling & Forecasting the International…

After two first blogs (here and here) on how to launch Stata in a Jupyter Notebook. In the following file, you will see that Stata can be helpful…

You want to launch Stata in a Jupyter Notebook? In the following file, you will see how to launch and use Stata from a Jupyter notebook and associate…

Good news! In the new version of Stata 18, we have a new command that produces local-projection impulse–response functions. You can find the complete description of the command…

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