Date: Sun, 26 Dec 2004 11:09:27 +0100
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From: Robert Bardos <bardos2@ANSYS.CH>
Subject: Re: Need Advice
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please repost your question with a meaningful subject line that might catch
the interest of the mathematical/statistical top shots on this list. "Need
advice" is far too general and since SAS-L is plagued with unsolicited mail,
people (me included) tend to disregard such posts.
Well ... uuhm ... an advice of some sort, but certainly not the one you were
hoping for. 8^)
Ansys AG, Switzerland
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Gesendet: Sonntag, 26. Dezember 2004 10:31
Betreff: Need Advice
I m Andre Daud, postgraduate students at Bogor Agricultural Institute
(IPB) Indonesia, in agricultural economics. I m finishing my master
dissertation. I am using SAS for doing time
series analysis because this software is officially available in the
institute I am studying at--and of course i am beginner in using SAS.
More specifically, I estimate an Almost Ideal Demand System and its
inverse model. I face a lot of problems in transferring the algebraic
model and the estimation procedures necessary for the analysis (e.g.
Wu-Hausman endogeneity test and so on) into the SAS programme syntax.I
would like to ask whether somebody has estimated an AIDS and its
inverse model (IAIDS)and especially those endogeneity test with SAS
using time-series data and whether he or she could helping me.
Thank you for your assistance,