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Updated programs of improved Stata ado-files for nonparametric smoothing


  • Néstor Aarón Mosqueda-Roma

    (Laboratorio de Biometría y Biología Pesquera, FES Zaragoza, UNAM)

  • Isaías Hazarmabeth Salgado-Ugarte

    (Laboratorio de Biometría y Biología Pesquera, FES Zaragoza, UNAM)


In this talk, we present the updated versions of some simple, improved programs for nonparametric smoothing. These updated ado programs remain simple and versatile—mainly with the Stata command style—but now they have Stata’s version 11 syntax, a change that becomes apparent overall in the graphical routines.

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  • Néstor Aarón Mosqueda-Roma & Isaías Hazarmabeth Salgado-Ugarte, 2011. "Updated programs of improved Stata ado-files for nonparametric smoothing," Mexican Stata Users' Group Meetings 2011 11, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:msug11:11

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    1. Qi Zhang, 2003. "DAD, an Innovative Tool for Income Distribution Analysis," The Journal of Economic Inequality, Springer;Society for the Study of Economic Inequality, vol. 1(3), pages 281-284, December.
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