It is now possible to display only the highest or lowest values in a table, in ascending order. You decide for yourself how many you want to display. This makes it easy to create top 10 lists of municipalities, professions, educations etc. Statistics and analysis results can also be exported to text files in addition…
Long scripts with repeating structure can be simplified and systematized/generalized through the use of new functionality for bindings and loops. This is now possible through the use of the commands let and for.
In recent months, microdata.no has been updated with a range of new analysis functionality and greater flexibility to export results from the tool.
Kaplan-Meier was recently introduced as a tool for simple bivariate survival analysis. We now extend this form of analysis with Cox regression, which allows you to perform causal (multivariate) analysis of factors that can be thought to influence hazard risk/survival time.
It is now possible to run Kaplan-Meier survival analysis in microdata.no. The command “kaplan-meier” is the first in a series of this type of analysis. Eventually, we will also introduce multivariate cox analysis.
It is now possible to perform diff-in-diff analyzes using the new regress-panel-diff command. In addition, it is now permitted to run pooled panel regression.
It is now possible to create graphical displays of coefficient estimates through the use of the new coefplot command.
The new option standardize allows you to display standardized coefficient estimates when using the regress (OLS estimation) command.
The functions inlist and inrange can be used to set up compressed code expressions for coding variables, so that scripts are more clear and less resource-demanding to run.
Microdata.no now makes it possible to export graphs in several formats, as well as edit them in the editing tool Vega.