## Text frequency or wordlist analysis in Hamlet II

By Avishek Majumder and Priya Chetty on November 15, 2018

Text analysis, or text frequency analysis, is an important and common text-based analysis usingÂ Wordlist. In this analysis, the transcript or the text file is assessed for occurrence or repetition or frequency of words. This is known as the wordlist analysis in Hamlet II.

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## How to perform Panel data regression for random effect model in STATA?

By Saptarshi Basu Roy Choudhury and Priya Chetty on October 31, 2018

The previous article (Pooled panel data regression in STATA) showed how to conduct pooled regression analysis with dummies of 30 American companies. The results revealed that the joint hypothesis of dummies reject the null hypothesis that these companies do not have any alternative or joint effects. Therefore pooled regression is not a favourable technique for […]

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## How to test normality in STATA?

By Rashmi Sajwan and Priya Chetty on October 31, 2018

Time series data requires some diagnostic tests in order to check the properties of the independent variables. This is called ‘normality’. This article explains how to perform normality test in STATA.

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## Performing pooled panel data regression in STATA

By Saptarshi Basu Roy Choudhury and Priya Chetty on October 30, 2018

The underlying assumption in pooled regression is that space and time dimensions do not create any distinction within the observations and there are no set of fixed effects in the data.

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## What is panel data analysis in STATA?

By Saptarshi Basu Roy Choudhury and Priya Chetty on October 29, 2018

This article of the module explains how to perform panel data analysis using STATA. In the case of panel data, the observations are present in time and space dimensions. For instance, a survey of the same cross-sectional unit such as firm, country or state over time.

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## Overcome common challenges in GM (1,1) modelling using MS Excel

By Avishek Majumder and Priya Chetty on October 29, 2018

GM (1,1) modelling is a popular grey forecasting method because of its computational efficiency. There are many challenges in GM (1,1) modelling, but they are solvable using MS Excel. This article is a detailed guide on how to overcome these challenges.

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## Application of PINDIS separately in Hamlet II

By Avishek Majumder and Priya Chetty on October 25, 2018

This article explains the application of PINDIS separately in Hamlet II. It also presents an example using PINDIS analysis to understand the application in depth. Accessing PINDIS separately is possible only after creating the input file using ‘Select’ function.

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## PINDIS in Hamlet II for multidimensional scaling

By Avishek Majumder and Priya Chetty on October 25, 2018

PINDIS method applies a series of variations by increasing flexibility in each iteration. The aim is to maximize the optimization. It provides better specifics when compared to the INDSCAL results.

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