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RUNNINGPROD: Stata Mata module to obtain the running product of a vector


  • Federico Belotti

    () (Tor Vergata University)

  • Silvio Daidone

    (Tor Vergata University)


runningprod() returns a vector of the same dimension as x containing the running product of the argument vector x. By default, missing values turn the product to missing. The user may optionally specify how missing values in x are treated. After installing, issue commands 'net get runningprod' and 'do' to compile the function.

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  • Federico Belotti & Silvio Daidone, 2010. "RUNNINGPROD: Stata Mata module to obtain the running product of a vector," Statistical Software Components S457140, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 05 May 2010.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s457140
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    data manipulation; Mata; running product;


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